King's Award for Enterprise Workshop

22nd April 2024

King's Award for Enterprise Workshop

22nd April 2024
Bristol
Triodos Bank UK
Deanery Road
Bristol
BS1 5AS
United Kingdom
Starts at 3:00pm
Ends at 5:00pm
Free

Hosted by His Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant for Bristol Mrs Peaches Golding OBE, with the support of The Department of Business and Trade, Triodos Bank PLC and Business West, we'd like to invite our Business West Members to a workshop sharing tips and advice on applying for The King’s Awards for Enterprise.

What will I learn during the workshop?

Taking place at Tridos Bank UK on Monday 22nd April, attendees will gain trips and advice on applying for The King's Award for Enterprise. Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or an established business owner, this in-person event is your chance to gain valuable tips and advice from industry experts from the Department of Business & Trade.

During the event, our knowledgeable speakers will share their experiences and provide practical guidance on the application process. Discover the secrets to crafting a winning application and learn how to stand out from the competition. Triodos Bank and other Award winners will explain the positive impact and competitive advantage of the Award on their business, employees, customers and more.

Don't miss this opportunity to network over tea and coffee with like-minded individuals and gain valuable insights that can help take your enterprise to the next level. Reserve your spot today and take the first step towards achieving recognition and success with The King's Awards for Enterprise.

About The King's Awards for Enterprise

These prestigious business Awards are for outstanding achievement by UK businesses in the categories of:

  • Innovation
  • International trade
  • Sustainable development
  • Promoting opportunity through social mobility

The Awards are rigorously assessed, as would be expected for such a globally respected brand. Representatives from The Department of Business and Trade, who provide the secretariat for the King’s Awards, will provide tips and advice for applicants in order to support potential applicants and to improve your likelihood of achieving the Award.

If your business has two full-time employees (or part-time equivalents) based in the UK and is compliant with HM Revenue and Customs regulations and can meet the requirements of the particular category, then consider applying.

Organisations that have received an award have reported benefiting from:

  • Worldwide recognition
  • Increased commercial value
  • Greater press coverage
  • A boost to staff morale

Among the information covered in the workshop are a brief overview of the benefits of receiving the Award, the role of the Lieutenancy, success stories from local organisations that have achieved either the Queen’s or King’s Award as well as how to build a strong application.