In April this year, it was formally announced that leading Northamptonshire developer and manufacturer of high performance automotive components, Red Arch Manufacturing Ltd, had been awarded the UK’s highest accolade for business success, the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise.
The company received the award for International Trade in recognition of their sustained and exceptional export growth exceeding 120% in the last three years. Red Arch was supported for business growth by NEP, first with a High Performance Technologies (HPT) Research & Development grant in 2013 and latterly with a second grant through the HPT programme.
Queen’s Award celebration
To celebrate the company’s Queen’s Award, Red Arch is holding a VIP event this Wednesday 6 July at its March House premises in Daventry between 10.30am-3.00pm.
Attending the event will be the Lord Lieutenant David Laing who will present Red Arch with the award at 12.30pm.
In addition to the formal ceremony, invited visitors will have access to the Red Arch factory with tours and demonstrations, and car manufacturer clients and guests including Aston Martin, BMW, Bentley, McLaren, Overfinch and Rolls Royce will create an impressive line-up of prestige vehicles on the day.
Around 40 senior industry representatives will be present.
Are you a contender for the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise 2017?
Almost all UK businesses can apply for the Queen’s Awards and the application process is free and straightforward, whether you’re a start-up making life easier for your customers or a large company with a blockbuster product.
To begin your application by the deadline of midday on 2 September 2016, go to www.gov.uk/queens-awards-for-enterprise
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June 19, 2019