With just over a week left to enter our competition to discover the 2016 winners of The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise I thought I might take time to update you on a few of the latest presentations.
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.
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.
Here’s a roundup of just some of the fantastic presentations to regional winners of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise.
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.
“All good things must come to an end” is the phrase that comes to mind on my last day at The Queen’s Awards Office.
Nick Cairns from UKTI had invited the Queen’s Awards Office to give a presentation to a selection of high performing businesses in Cambridge with a view to getting them to enter the competition during this, our 50th year.
Hello, My name is Thomas Murphy. Some of you may have heard of me, some of you may have seen me and some of you don’t have a clue who I am.
Tom Brake Lib Dem MP for Carshalton and Wallington emailed us to say he’d recently attended a Queen’s Awards event in his constituency; we asked if he’d like to be our guest blogger this week.