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The Queen's Awards for Enterprise

Double Queen's Awards win for Frugi!

Ethical children’s clothing brand, Frugi, wins TWO Queen’s Awards for Enterprise:  Sustainable Development and International Trade About Frugi Frugi was founded in 2004 by Kurt & Lucy Jewson after they struggled to find clothes to fit over cloth nappies. 16 …

Stainless Metalcraft win prestigious Queen's Award for their work on Promoting Opportunity

At Stainless Metalcraft (Metalcraft), we’re proud to trace our roots back over 150 years to when manufacturing operations first began on Chatteris High Street. The company relocated to our current home in 1890, becoming known as Chatteris Engineering Works before …

"To be recognised by such a prestigious award is a tremendous achievement in the history of our Company.”

The Stockvale Group operates Adventure Island fun park, Sealife Adventure and numerous restaurants along Southend Seafront and the town centre, providing activities and days out for the community both locally and regionally.  Each year they provide approximately 1000 jobs meaning …

EMPOWERING OUR FUTURE LEADERS - Babbasa wins Queen's Award for Enterprise

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Babbasa is a Bristol-based social enterprise, which supports young people from underrepresented backgrounds with their professional ambitions - whether that’s progressing in education, starting their dream career, or starting their own business. The organisation was founded in 2013 by four …

'Winning the award was a pinch yourself moment!' - Promoting Opportunity winner CELLS tell us their story

CELLS deliver proven and effective interventions that address initial and re-offending behaviours via preventative awareness, diversionary programs and follow on support, including onward progression through the itsup2u initiative. CELLS have worked with vulnerable people for 10 years, successfully challenging and …

Sustainable British Fashion Business, David Nieper, win Sustainable Development Award

David Nieper is a family run business in the heart of Derbyshire, which has been designing and making premium women’s fashion, since 1961. The company employs 300 staff and traditional dressmaking techniques to create designs that are expertly cut and …

Sustainable British bedmaker business, Hypnos, win second Queen's Award for Enterprise

Overview of our business, why it is relevant to the award? Ethical British bedmaker, Hypnos, has been pioneering sustainable sleep for well over a decade and this was recently recognised with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Sustainable Development. This …

incognito® leads the way in its sector with Sustainable Development Award

What is incognito®? incognito® is a range of highly effective, natural insect repellents and bodycare products, created with outstanding ethical standards. Our products protect consumers from discomfort as well as mosquito-borne diseases and ticks, while protecting the planet from the impact of conventional …

Innovative Children's Education Business, Twinkl, Celebrate Second Queen's Award!

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Twinkl was founded in 2010 by Jonathan and Susie Seaton with the mission to help those who teach. The idea for Twinkl came when Susie was working as an Early Years teacher and couldn’t find the materials she needed for …

Rocking their way to the top; EdTech company Maths Circle tell us why they are thrilled to have won a Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for Innovation

Who are Maths Circle? Maths Circle creates maths learning programmes that directly tackle the issue of children failing to acquire basic numeracy and arithmetic skills needed to progress further in maths. Times Tables Rock Stars is an award-winning, carefully sequenced …