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01/04/2019

HWB Accountants to host lunch event and round table for organisations interested in the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise

HWB, one the region’s largest independent accountancy firms, will jointly host a Queen’s Award for Enterprise lunch and round table event organised by Deputy Lieutenant for Hampshire, Professor Khalid Aziz, in the presence of HM Lord-Lieutenant, Nigel Atkinson.

The event on 1 May will be held at the Harbour Hotel in Southampton and will be an opportunity for organisations in Hampshire to learn more about the prestigious awards scheme.

There will be two key speakers at the event, both previous Queen’s Awards for Enterprise winners from the region, who will share their experiences of the application process and discuss the benefits winning an award has had for their business.

The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise recognise British businesses and other organisations which excel at international trade, innovation, sustainable development or promoting opportunity. They are the highest official UK awards for British companies and are presented annually by HM The Queen.

The awards are only given for the highest levels of excellence demonstrated in each category, and winners receive a number of benefits including worldwide recognition.

Michaela Johns, Director at Southampton-based HWB, said: “A Queen’s Award for Enterprise is a prestigious accolade which can be hugely beneficial for a business or organisation. We’re excited to be hosting this event, and to hear from two previous winners who can give us a unique insight into the application process and the positive effects of receiving the award.”

If you are interested in attending and applying please contact marketing@hwb-accountants.com for further information.

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