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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.

Gtech’s design engineer Andy Kent and technical manager Andrew Boddy with Lord Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Holcroft.
Gtech pick up their award.

Winning one our awards gives a regal shine to your company, don’t just take my word for it, have a look at some of our latest presentations!

Proserve Ltd met with Lord Lieutenant Tim Cox at a ceremony at their headquarters on Princes Drive. This marine construction company were really celebrating winning the Innovation category.

Susan Winfield, toured AIS Group’s offshore training village and manufacturing facility. The Lord Lieutenant of Tyne and Wear then presented an International Trade award to Paul Stonebanks.

Contra Vision have won the Innovation category, one of only 2 companies based in the north west of England.

Radio Design received a visit from Duke of York recently. Read about the Saltaire firm’s success.

Worldwide Recruitment Solutions (WRS) based in Altrincham received their award last week from the Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Warren J Smith.

St Giles International held a double celebration last week to celebrate their 60th anniversary and to receive their International Trade award.

Gtech’s innovative vacuum cleaner cleans up with a visit from Lord-Lieutenant, Lieutenant Colonel Patrick Holcroft LVO, OBE.

Remember if you’re on the fence about entering … go for it! You’ve got nothing to lose. Those who apply get expert feedback on their application designed to improve future entries.

The deadline is 30 September.

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