2019 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners Announced

2019 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners Announced

2019 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners Announced

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

By Donna O’Toole

2019 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners Announced!

On The Queen’s 93rd birthday, 201 businesses were announced as the 2019 Queen’s Award for Enterprise winners. This year, three-quarters of the winners are SMEs, including businesses with less than 10 employees.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise is the most prestigious award a UK business can win. Winners can use the official winners’ emblem for 5 years, this is recognised across the world as a mark of excellence.

Past winners of the International Trade category have seen up to 73% growth in their international sales and global recognition. This year InnovateUK have provided funding for 1 in 5 innovation winners.

There are only 4 categories to enter, each with a rigorous criteria, and are designed to highlight the very best UK businesses. This year there are;

  • 129 International Trade winners
  • 61 Innovation winners
  • 6 Sustainable Development winners
  • 5 Promoting Opportunity winners

You can find the full list of winners here, and read about one of our own Queen’s Award winners – SciChart won in the Innovation category, read their story here.

Winners Benefits

Winners are invited to a Royal reception at Buckingham Palace alongside all the other winners from all 4 categories, which is a fantastic PR and networking opportunity.

As mentioned, winners receive an emblem they can use on all marketing materials, products, and websites. Winners are also allowed to fly The Queen’s Award flag at their main office.

In addition, winners will be awarded a Crystal trophy and a Grant of Appointment by one of The Queen’s representatives, usually the Lord Lieutenant of the County they are based. Again, a great PR opportunity, and celebration to be shared with employees and shareholders.

Winning can open many doors for your business, and provide previously unattainable opportunities.

2020 Deadline and criteria

Entries for the 2020 awards opened on 1 May 2019 and will deadline Midday 10 September 2020.

Each category has its own criteria, and this year it has been updated and changed. So if you’ve entered in the past and been unsuccessful, you should check the new criteria and see if you have a better chance of winning in 2020.

If you want your business to join the exclusive list of Queen’s Award winners then get in touch.

We know the awards inside out, and will give you a free, impartial, honest assessment on your chances of winning. Don’t worry if you’re not eligible at this moment in time, we can advise you on what to work towards to enter in the future.

You can take a look at each categories eligibility assessments here and make your own decision on whether you are eligible to enter.

 

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Meet SciChart – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation Winner 2019

Meet SciChart – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation Winner 2019

Meet SciChart – The Queen’s Award for Enterprise Innovation Winner 2019

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

By Donna O’Toole

In November 2010 sitting at his dining room table, highly experienced software developer Dr Andrew Burnett-Thompson made a life-changing decision.

Frustrated by the limitations of basic Windows charts and graphs which were only able to show a few thousand data-points, were slow in their processing ability, and were preventing him from interpreting and displaying larger data sets, he decided to create his very own, unique charting software.

Andrew had been operating as a developer and a consultant for many years and understood both the capabilities and limitations of his industry. He was also aware of the incredible improvements that had been made in the area of computer gaming – which used bitmaps and algorithms to create high-speed responses and outstanding graphics. So he decided to try something new – to combine the specific features of gaming technology that created the fastest moving, highest performing and most visually appealing games, with the analytical features of chart and graph software to display big data and Realtime charts for industry applications.

And so SciChart was born.

SciChart could plot millions of data-points, in real-time, clearly and effectively on mobile and PCs. Since that day years ago, SciChart has evolved and developed to become the market-leading product it is today – used by the Automotive, Defence, Pharmaceutical, Oil & Gas, Investment Banking, and Trading industries across 40 countries worldwide to interpret and display vital graphs and charts.

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THE QUEEN’S AWARDS FOR ENTERPRISE ENTRY PROCESS

Fast forward to summer 2018, Andrew reached out following a recommendation from a local UK Trade & Investment representative who had suggested that SciChart’s success could make the business worthy of winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

Andrew had no idea how the Queen’s Awards competition worked, didn’t honestly think it was for him as the business had never actually entered any awards, and felt he was juggling enough as it was to really want to get involved.

Nonetheless we had chat and Donna explained all the ins and outs of the competition to Andrew, giving him a fair, honest, and detailed assessment of SciChart’s chances of winning the award.

The conclusion? Yes! Based on our experience and understanding of what it takes to win these highly coveted awards, SciChart certainly ticked all the right boxes. But Andrew wasn’t so sure. He struggled to believe his small business would ever have a chance at winning the most prestigious award in the world.

“When Donna said SciChart had a chance of winning The Queen’s Award for Enterprise I didn’t believe her. I know how niche our software is, so I wasn’t sure if anyone would really understand what we did, nevermind give us an award for it! I also really didn’t have the time to commit to processing such a huge nomination form. But she explained what we needed to show, and told me how she would put our story together in a way that an awards judge would fully understand and appreciate what we do. I still can’t say I truly believed we could win, but we had nothing to lose by going for it and Donna promised not to waste my time applying for an award if it wasn’t likely to be a success.”

The challenge didn’t stop there. SciChart was a highly technical, niche software product. In order to have any chance of winning, first we needed to learn how it worked, what made it unique, who needed it and why, where it was sold, how it was used and so much more.

Not only that, we needed to analyse SciChart’s commercial performance, compare financial results and real-life impact with the rest of the market, and demonstrate its success in a robust nomination that left no stone unturned. This was not going to be easy, but we love a challenge!

CHARTING SCICHART’S SUCCESS

We took the whole nomination process out of Andrew’s hands, allowing him to continue running his business without adding to his workload. We made it our business to learn all about SciChart, talk to the team, gather evidence, analyse growth, investigate customer experience, and evaluate the wider market – ensuring that every aspect of the rigorous criteria was covered from start to finish.

As with every award entry we write, the business was consistently the star of the show – we just had to show it off in the best light.

The result was mind blowing for Andrew. In Spring 2019 it was announced that SciChart had won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Award in the Innovation category!

The software business that he had been creating by getting up at 5am every day for months on end before getting on a train to start his day job, had been crowned one of the most successful businesses in the UK. Andrew says:

“I couldn’t be happier, or more shocked, to have won a Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for Innovation. Donna’s guidance was invaluable, and without her support and expertise we would have never even entered, nevermind won!”

We’re very proud to have been part of the process for SciChart and all of our Queen’s Awards 2019 winners.

Queen's Awards for Enterprise Donna O'Toole

COULD YOU WIN THE QUEENS AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE?

If reading SciChart’s story has inspired you and got you thinking ‘Could we win a Queen’s Award for Enterprise?’ then there’s only one way to find out…please get in touch!

We will give you a free, thorough, no obligation assessment of your likelihood of winning and explain everything you need to know before we get started on your nomination. And if you’re not likely to win, we will make sure you understand why, and when to apply in the future.

UK Businesses of all sizes can win a Queen’s Award, from micro-businesses and fast-growth startups, to established, global multi-million pound organisations.

As a winner you and your business will benefit hugely from this prestigious award. PR opportunities are limitless as you will be invited to attend a very special celebration event at Buckingham Palace, and you’ll receive a visit from the Lord Lieutenant of your County who will present your award. What a brilliant way to recognise and reward your team for all their hard work and achievements!

You will also be allowed to use the official Queen’s Awards emblem on your website and all marketing materials for 5 years – the emblem is known all over the world and is a priceless addition that will aid your business growth.

The competition opens in May and deadlines in September each year. Nominations can take weeks to prepare, so don’t delay, contact us today for your FREE, totally honest, impartial assessment of your chances of winning.

For more information on the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise categories and process click here.

 

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The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners 2018

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners 2018

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners 2018

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

By Donna O’Toole

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winners 2018

On Her Majesty The Queen’s 92nd Birthday, 230 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise winners were announced.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious business awards in the UK and recognise the best businesses in the country. Each winner is able to use the iconic winner’s emblem for 5 years, which is recognised as a global mark of excellence.

From the first winners in 1965, to the 230 winners this year, the criteria for the awards is notoriously rigorous.

Queen’s Awards Opening date and deadline:

The Queen’s Awards reopen for 2019 on the 8th May 2018, and deadline at midday on 14th September 2018.

If you want your business on the Queen’s Awards winners list next year read on to find out if you’re eligible to enter and contact us for a FREE assessment of your chances of success. Find out more information about the awards here, or take a look at our Queen’s Awards for Enterprise nomination service here.

Sustainable Development Category

In 2018, eight businesses won The Queen’s Awards for Sustainable Development for fulfilling the criteria. The winners are:

Each winner will have proved that their improved or their continuous sustainable development has helped their commercial performance for at least 2 years.

If you have a sustainable development that has helped your business commercially, use our infographic or watch our video to find out if you are eligible to win a Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development.

International Trade Category

A record 152 business won the Queen’s Awards for International Trade in 2018. Winners are from a range of sectors and include:

  • Alexander Mann Solutions
  • Cocogreen
  • SkyDemon
  • Vitabiotics
  • Nouveau Lashes

Every winner will proved outstanding year-on-year growth over three years, or continuous growth over six years. To win this award you must not have any dips in overseas sales during  the period entered.

If you trade internationally and can prove year-on-year growth use our infographic or watch our video to find out if you are eligible to win a Queen’s Award for International Trade.

Innovation Category

72 businesses won the Queen’s Awards for Innovation in 2018. Fast growing, innovative winners include:

Every winner will have a brand new innovative service, business model, process, or product that has been available for at least two years. The innovation must have delivered outstanding commercial success for at least two years, or continuous success for five years.

If you have a highly successful innovation use our infographic or watch our video to find out if you’re eligible to win a Queen’s Award for Innovation.

Promoting Opportunity Category

Just six businesses won the Queen’s Awards for Promoting Opportunity. This year’s winners are:

Every winner has a social mobility programme that has been running for a minimum of two years. Winners had to prove that their initiative has benefited the people involved as well as the business in terms of reputation, savings, and growth.

If you have social mobility programme which is promoting opportunity take a look our infographic or watch our video to find out if you’re eligible to win a Queen’s Award for Promoting Opportunity.

Become a Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Winner

Did you know you only need to have a minimum of two people in your business to be able to enter the Queen’s Awards! No matter how large or small your business, with a strong entry you too could be recognised as the best in the UK.

If you think you could be eligible to enter, simply contact us and we will make sure you have the best chance of winning a Queen’s Award in 2019.

We have an outstanding success rate with The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise competition. Read about one of our previous winners here to learn just what it takes to win.

 

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Queen’s Awards For Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility

Queen’s Awards For Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility

Queen’s Awards For Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

By Donna O’Toole

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are one of the most prestigious awards in the world a UK business can win. The Queen’s Awards only have four categories open for nominations and a notoriously rigorous criterion to fulfil.

Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility

To enter the Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility category you must;

  • have a social mobility programme that has been running for at least 2 years
  • be able to prove the programme has benefited your business, either financially or otherwise

Your programme should offer;

  • Either work experience careers advice or mentoring
  • or non-graduate routes to employment, such as traineeships or updating your business’ recruitment practices
  • or equal support and progression opportunities for all employees

Take a look at our infographic below to find out if you’re eligible or watch our short video explaining the criteria.

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Previous Winners

Take a look at some of the winners of the Queen’s Award for Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility category;

Dale Power Solutions – one of the leading and critical power product and services providers. Dale Power Solutions have been awarded the Queen’s Award for Promoting Opportunity for Social Mobility for their successful apprenticeship scheme which aims to communicate the benefits of apprenticeships, promote STEM subjects in schools and work with communities to provide careers and training.

Allen & Overy – the successful UK law firm was awarded the Queen’s Award for Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility for their PRIME and Smart Start Experience. The Smart Start Experience is unique within the legal sector, providing a week-long work experience for young people who receive a formal certificate on completion.

KPMG – as one of the leading providers of professional services, KPMG were awarded the Queen’s Award for Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility for their continuous work.They have introduced a number of non-graduate entry routes, which are backed by the Government.

Procure Plus Holdings – specialising in the procurement of goods and services for the social housing sector, Procure Plus Holdings were awarded the Queen’s Award for Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility. Their intelligent approach to procurement generates surplus which is used to fund training and development in the communities they serve.

Choose the right Queen’s Award category for your story

The awards are rigorous, but certainly not impossible to win — so long as you fit the criteria for the chosen category and sub-category, have a compelling narrative, and can tie up your strategy, your story, and your results in a way that shows you are outstanding. If the Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility category isn’t the right fit for you, take a look at the other categories available for you to enter;

Are you ready to win a Queen’s Award?

Find out if you are ready to enter the awards and how likely you are to succeed in the Promoting Opportunity Through Social Mobility category by contacting us today. Arrange your FREE consultation call with our CEO and Awards Expert Donna O’Toole who will provide an honest assessment of your chances of winning.

You can find out more information about the awards here or find out about our Queen’s Awards for Enterprise service here.

 

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Donna O'Toole, Queen's Awards for Enterprise winner SwimTrek

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By Donna O’Toole

SwimTrek – The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise winners swimming their way to success!

Back in 2000, Simon Murie (pictured above) had a dream; to recreate Lord Byron’s infamous swim across the Hellespont – a stretch of open water dividing Europe and Asia which was made famous in Greek Mythology by Leander’s nightly swims to see his lover Hero.

So off he went to Turkey to attempt the swim himself, unaware of all the complications and permissions that would be required to undertake such a swim. After spending a week organising the event between the coastguard, the army, the council, and a local pilot who would take him across the water, he completed the swim in just under an hour!

Simon quickly saw the gap in the market to help swimmers realise their dreams, without having to worry about all the hard work behind organising the event. And so SwimTrek was born. A business that has since helped thousands of people to achieve their open-water swimming dreams, safely and securely in over 40 magical locations worldwide.

Little did Simon know that 17 Years later, his childhood dream would see his business becoming the proud recipient of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category.

So how did he do it and how can you turn your dream into recognition from Her Majesty The Queen in the most prestigious awards competition in the world?

Simon and I met by chance at Acumen business conference in 2016. At that time SwimTrek had been growing rapidly, and like many business owners, Simon had put all his focus into his customers and his team, and not had the time to consider whether they could be ready to win some awards.

We discussed SwimTrek’s growth, what they did, how they did it, and all the benefits this brought to their customers, teams, and locals worldwide. I identified their potential ‘win theme’ and suggested to Simon that actually now was the time for him to get some well-deserved recognition for the business and take a plunge into some new unknown waters – business awards. But not just any old business awards, I recommended that SwimTrek entered the most prestigious awards programme in the world – The Queen’s Awards!

Simon Murie, SwimTrek, Donna O'Toole, Queen's Award for Enterprise, 2017

With a busy summer ahead for SwimTrek, and trips planned all over the world, Simon and his team were happy to put the process into our hands and keep their minds on their customers and their business – exactly where they should be.

So with our guidance and support, the right evidence was gathered, the commercial progress was analysed, the benefits to employees, customers, partners, and the environment was assessed, and all the rigorous and comprehensive criteria was met.

Step by step, every box was ticked and every word mattered – and the outstanding work SwimTrek is doing in the adventure holidays industry shone like a beacon from the (many) award entry pages.

When Simon found out they had won, his words said it all: “Winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation means so much to me, and to the whole team at SwimTrek. It is recognition of the ongoing effort we have made to ensure we operate at the highest possible standards, and it gives us great pride to represent the UK Tourism Industry as a unique, innovative and exceptional provider of adventure swimming holidays. We can’t wait to share the news with our customers and partners across the world, and to use this as a platform to deliver even more exciting swimming adventures in the future.”  

SwimTrek Queen's awards for Enterprise, Donna O'Toole, August Recognition

And of our help and support in putting the entry together, Simon has kindly put it in his own words: “Donna helped us to understand all the different elements of the Queen’s Award application process, including what the judges were looking for and how we could line up our business processes with the criteria. The application itself looked hugely complex and time-consuming, which is an added stress when you are busy running a business. Donna took that stress away and helped us to see how what we considered business as usual was in fact incredibly important to our application.”

Could you be a future Queen’s Award winner?

Queen's Awards for Enterprise Donna O'Toole

Your company can be from as small as just two people right up to a global brand!

The competition is as exciting and rigorous as ever. Winners will attend a celebration at Buckingham Palace and will be visited by the Lord Lieutenant of the county to present their award. Winners can also use the Queen’s Award emblem on all marketing materials for 5 years – priceless PR that has been proven to grow business results.

Contact me for a totally free and honest assessment of your chances of winning.

And if you fancy a unique adventure holiday like no other – you really can’t beat SwimTrek.

 

 

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Queen’s Awards For Sustainable Development

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By Donna O’Toole

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are one of the most prestigious awards in the world a UK business can win. The Queen’s Awards only have four categories open for nominations and a notoriously rigorous criterion to fill.

Sustainable Development

To be eligible to enter you must be able to either;

  • show that your sustainable development practices has aided your commercial business growth over 2 years or;
  • show that the continuation of your sustainable development practices has contributed to your commercial growth over 5 years

Also, your achievements should fall into one of the following categories:

  • an invention, design or production of goods
  • quality of your services provided
  • your marketing and distribution
  • continued support after the sale or service provided
  • management of resources or relationships with people and other organisations

Take a look at our infographic below to find out if you are eligible or watch our short video explaining the criteria.

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 Previous winners

Take a look at some of the winners of the Queen’s Awards for Sustainable Development from previous years;

St Austell Brewery – an award-winning brewery which has expanded across the south west of England. St Austell Brewery have been awarded the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development for their Cornish Barley Growers’ Initiative to reintroduce barley as a staple crop of the county.

Belu Water Limited – by working with hotels, restaraunts and bars, Belu deliver water with the lowest carbon footprint possible. Belu were awarded the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development for their continuous work to reduce CO2 emissions and reduce the impact on the environment in the water sector.

Anglian Water Services – supplying water and water recycling services to over 6 million customers in the east of England. Anglian Water Services were awarded the Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development for their achievements in embedding sustainability throughout their operations. Their Love Every Drop strategy details their commitment to sustainability for the whole business.

Jaguar Land Rover – the international car company were awarded a Queen’s Award for Sustainable Development in recognition of their initiative to reduce the environmental impact of their productions. Jaguar’s ‘whole lifecycle’ approach to the production of vehicles aims to reduce the environmental impact from the use of raw materials to the eventual disposal of a vehicle.

Choose the right Queen’s Award category for your story

The awards are rigorous, but certainly not impossible to win — so long as you fit the criteria for the chosen category and sub-category, have a compelling narrative, and can tie up your strategy, your story, and your results in a way that shows you are outstanding. If the Sustainable Development category isn’t right for you, take a look at the other categories available for you to enter;

Are you ready to win a Queen’s Award?

Find out if you are ready to enter the awards and how likely you are to succeed in the Sustainable Development category by contacting us today. Arrange your FREE consultation call with our CEO and Awards Expert Donna O’Toole who will provide an honest assessment of your chances of winning.

You can find out more about the awards here or find out about our The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise service here.

 

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