Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

Outstanding Businesses called on to enter Queen’s Awards

Businesses which can demonstrate outstanding commercial success have the chance to boost their profile by entering the prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise. Described as a “knighthood for business”, the awards are open to UK-based businesses which have at least two full-time employees or part-time equivalent, and can demonstrate commercial success in one of the three categories ? international trade, innovation and sustainable development. Businesses must have been running for at least two years to be eligible for the innovation or sustainable development categories, and at least three to enter the international trade category. Winners are entitled to display the Queen’s Award emblem on their stationery, advertising, marketing material and packaging for a period of five years. They wi... »

Queens Award for Enterprise

Deadline approaches for Queen’s Awards

The organisers of the prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise have called on businesses that have achieved outstanding commercial success to get their award applications in by 31st October 2008. The awards are free to enter, but entrants must have at least two full–time employees, be based in the UK and be able to demonstrate commercial success. Small firms are eligible to enter any of the following award categories: international trade innovation sustainable development. Winners are entitled to display the Queen’s Award emblem on their stationery, advertising, goods and promotional material for five years. They can also fly the Queen’s Award flag at their main premises. Stephen Brice, secretary to the Queen’s Awards office said “The Queen’s Awar... »