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.

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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