The Queen’s Award for Enterprise

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the most prestigious awards for UK businesses, recognising and rewarding their outstanding achievements in the fields of Innovation, International Trade, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity (through social mobility).

The Awards can bring substantial benefits to winners, including: increased staff morale; as the presentation will take place at the workplace to all the staff by the Queen’s representative; boosts to turnover and international trade, greater recognition and excellent marketing opportunities.

Winners are also invited to a reception at Buckingham Palace.

The award is valid for 5 years and you can use the logo on your stationery, uniforms, marketing material etc. Also, there is a flag you can fly at your premises to highlight you are a Queens Award winner.

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Previous winners of the Queens Award for Enterprise in Devon are:

2004 – Spirent Communications – Paignton (innovation)

2005 – Clinton Devon Estates

2005 – The Venus Company Café, Blackpool Sands

2007 – Motorola Point to Point Fixed Wireless Solutions Group, Ashburton (Innovation)

2007 – K2 Medical Systems, Derriford Business Park, (Innovation)

2008 – Centek, Newton Abbot (International Trade)

2008 – Motorola Point to Point Fixed Wireless Solutions (International Trade)

2009 – Mantracourt Electronics Ltd, Farringdon (International Trade)

2009 – Centek, (Innovation)

2009 – Flexiguide Ltd, Paignton (International Trade)

2009 – Scanstrut Ltd, Clyst St George  (International Trade)

2010 – Multiclip Company Ltd t/a Vortok Internationa, Plymouth, (Innovation)

2010 – Dart Sensors Ltd, University of Exeter, (International Trade)

2010 – The Venus Company, (Sustainable Development)

2010 – Clinton Devon Estates (Sustainable Development)

2010 – Centrax, 2010 (International Trade)

2010 – SRA Developments Ltd, Ashburton (Innovation)

2011 – Atlantic Inertial Systems Ltd, Plymouth (International Trade)

2011 – Naturesave Policies Ltd, Totnes (sustainable development)

2012 – Vi-Spring Ltd, Plymouth (International Trade)

2012 – Simpleware Ltd, Exeter (Innovation)

2013 – Atlantic Inertial Systems Ltd, Plymouth (Innovation)

2013 – Whetman Pinks, Dawlish (International Tade)

2013 – Simpleware Ltd, Exeter (Innovation)

2014 – Elemental Microanalysis Ltd, Okehampton (International Trade)

2014 – Aero Stanrew Ltd, Barnstaple, (International Trade)

2014 – Centek, Newton Abbot, (International Trade)

2015 – Clinton Devon Estates, (Sustainable Development)

2015 – Fraser Anti-Static Techniques, Bampton (International Trade)

2015 – Sub10 Systems Ltd, Newton Abbot, (International Trade)

2016 – Gooch & Housego Ltd, Torquay (Innovation)

2016 – Moo Free, Holsworthy (International Trade)

2017 – Supacat, Honiton (International Trade)

2018 – Littlepod, Farringdon (sustainable Development)

2018 -Turnstyle Designs Ltd ,Barnstaple (International Trade)

2019 – none

2020 – Packexe Ltd, (innovation)

2020 – Medicare,,Colgate Ltd  (International Trade)

2020 – The Natural Mat Co Ltd., Exeter (Sustainable Development)-

2020 – Plymouth Citybus  (Promoting Opportunity (through Social Mobility) )

2021 – Ribeye Ltd (International Trade)

2021 – Atlantic Inertial Systems Ltd (International Trade)

2021 – Antech Ltd (International Trade)