“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 …
The judging process for each of the awards is about to get going. The panels will be discussing the shortlisted entrants and every category will undergo this procedure until February.
A bright but chilly winter day sets the tone for today’s visit. I meet up with fellow presenters Martyn Lewis and Lesley Bainsfair at Walsall railway station where we are driven by Colin to Walsall College.
This week we sent emails to everyone who entered this year’s Queen's Awards for Enterprise to let them know if they have made the shortlist or not.
Here’s a roundup of just some of the fantastic presentations to regional winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
Today is my last day working for The Queen’s Awards Office so I hope you won’t mind me taking a little trip down memory lane and also giving a much deserved ‘thank you’ to a few people
We are all feeling slightly dazed in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, but we survived another year!
You are no doubt getting reminders in the form of emails, tweets and LinkedIn messages alerting you to the fact there are just 2 days left before we close the door for this year’s competition.
I can hardly believe that there is just 1 week left for entries to this very special Golden Jubilee year of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
So, over the last few weeks we’ve offered you video advice on completing entries for the business categories of The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise – that is, Innovation, International Trade and Sustainable Development.
I’m in Acton to film Rebecca Bright, the founder of Therapy Box who won a 2014 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category.