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24th Apr

Queen’s Awards for Enterprise Event

6pm, Monday 24th April
Brockholes, Preston New Road Preston, PR5 0AGThe Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2018 will shortly be open for applications.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s most prestigious business awards, designed to recognise and encourage the outstanding achievements of UK businesses.
You are invited to attend an event to hear from current and past holders of the award alongside representatives from the Queens Awards Office, who will tell you about the application process and how it could benefit your organisation.
The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s most prestigious business awards, designed to recognise and encourage the outstanding achievements of UK businesses.

SPEAKERS

Nick Dykins: Slingco

Charles Hadcock: Roach Bridge Tissue

Glenn Dale: Queens Awards Office (BEIS)

Mandy Lockett: International Trade – East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce

Tony Attard: Panaz

Tony Holt: Linemark

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s most prestigious business awards, designed to recognise and encourage the outstanding achievements of UK businesses in the fields of Innovation, International Trade, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity (through social mobility). The Queen’s Awards scheme was instituted by Royal Warrant in 1965 and the first Awards were made in 1966. Awards are announced annually by HM The Queen on her birthday (21st April). The Awards are valid for 5 years.

REGISTRATION

The Queen’s Awards event is FREE to attend but pre-registration is essential via the Eventbrite Page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/queens-awards-for-enterprise-2018-event-tickets-33271605267
This event is aimed at business leaders of Lancashire based organisations from all sectors. Refreshments served
Agenda: 6.00 Registration & Networking 6.30 Welcome & Introductions 6.40 Panel Discussion followed by Q&A 7.30 Networking until END
Winners have reported benefiting from worldwide recognition, increased commercial value, greater press coverage and a boost to staff morale.
The Queen’s Award is probably the most prestigious honour a business can receive… I am sure it will boost our reputation even further, because there’s no finer mark of quality”. Tony Holt, Linemark
Visit Queen’s Awards website

Twitter: @TheQueensAwards

Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), brings together responsibilities for business, industrial strategy, science, innovation, energy, and climate change. BEIS are responsible for:

  • developing and delivering a comprehensive industrial strategy and leading the government’s relationship with business
  • ensuring that the country has secure energy supplies that are reliable, affordable and clean
  • ensuring the UK remains at the leading edge of science, research and innovation
  •  tackling climate change