“What exactly are you looking for in an application?” – this is one the most popular questions that we hear when we pick up the phone at the Queen’s Awards Office. So today I will attempt to answer what distinguishes …
Hello there, I am Will Tyler, Chief Executive at Octink. I have been a judge on the Sustainable Development panel for the last 4 years and look forward to the process.
The Queen's Awards for Enterprise are an impressive recognition for the organisations which achieve them.
30 July saw me speaking to Lord Lieutenants and their esteemed guests at City Chambers Northampton.
On the same day as the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise reception at Buckingham Palace (more about that later) we had a presentation ceremony in the BIS offices in 1 Victoria Street.
It’s already light and I’m running around Hendon for a morning jog … 5:15am.
Hello folks. While we are waiting to update you with some exciting news about this year’s awards (we’ve got a new online system); here are a few recent winners
I must admit I was not expecting to like Hull as much as I did.
Next week we travel to the Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee, which is chaired by Sir Jonathan Stephens, Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Office.
It was a proud day at CMB Engineering on 22 January 2015. The Princess Royal, Princess Anne visited Shipley to present The Queen’s Award for International Trade to Yorkshire-based engineering company CMB.
Maidenhead company Scientifica submitted their Multiphoton Imaging System for a Queen's Award for Enterprise last year in the Innovation category. Their scanning device was recognised as truly innovative and after being shortlisted they went on to receive the coveted award.