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Queen's Awards for Chamber members

Congratulations to Chamber members Microlise, Willmott Dixon, TTS and Hygeinix trading as HSG UK on their success in the 2018 Queen's Awards for Enterprise.

Microlise, of Farrington Way, Eastwood, Notttingham, designs and manufactures hardware and software for commerical vehicle operators. It won the Queen's Award for International Trade.

Hygeinix, of Victoria Way, Pride Park, Derby, won the Queen's Award for Innovation for its water-saving sleeve system for sanitising and freshening urinals.

National construction company Willmott Dixon, which has its head office at Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire, but is a member through its Nottingham office, won a Queen's Award for Promoting Opportunity (Through Social Mobility).

Schools supplies firm TTS, of Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, also won a Queen's Award for International Trade.

Secure printer Checkprint, of Hinckley, Leicestershire, part of the Tall Group, won the Queen's Award for International Trade having seen significant export growth over recent years.

To read their full stories click the appropriate link:
MicroliseHygeinixWillmott DixonTTSCheckprint

According to research by the University of Strathclyde, 73% of International Trade award winners between 2012 and 2015 directly attributed increased international sales to winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

The winners will attend a royal reception at Buckingham Palace in the summer to celebrate the Awards.