Queen's Awards for Enterprise

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Queen Enterprise Awards

Applications open until the 2nd September 2016.
You have until the 2nd September 2016 to create an account and apply for the Queen's Awards for Enterprise, which are for outstanding achievements by UK businesses in the categories of:

Innovation — for commercial success as a result of innovation
International trade — for growth and commercial success in international trade
Sustainable development — for commercially successful products, services and management that benefit the environment, society and the economy
Promoting opportunity — for social mobility programmes that help people from disadvantaged backgrounds into successful working lives.
Previous winners include many small and medium-sized companies. Winners have reported benefitting from worldwide recognition, increased commercial value, greater press coverage and a boost to staff morale.
Your award lasts for 5 years.
Find out more www.gov.uk/queens-awards-for-enterprise

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