Congratulations to all our fabulous 2020 Queen’s Award for Enterprise winners – they are great business role models and, importantly, represent all parts of the county, from Peterborough to Chatteris, and Huntingdon to Cambridge, and in all four categories of the award – Innovation, International Trade, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity. Well done, the county of Cambridgeshire is so very proud of you all.
This page will be updated with images from the award presentations, which will be made later in the year. Last year’s winners are here, and a list of previous years winners is here. Information on how to apply for an award is here.
On Thursday 15th October 2020, the Lord-Lieutenant presented Global Graphics Software with their Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.
Based in Cambourne on the outskirts of Cambridge, the company has created core technologies for digital printing enabling press manufacturers to future proof their solutions and achieve the productivity and quality output they requires value to their solutions.
The Queen’s Award is for innovative software for controlling ink placement from inkjet heads in order to improve print quality.
Congratulations to SciBite for winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.
The company develops cutting edge software to revolutionise the access to and utilisation of scientific information.
Congratulations to Photocentric for winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.
The company has developed a novel method of 3D printing utilising visible light from LCD screens to create objects.
Congratulations to Sphere Fluidics for winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Innovation.
The company has developed Cyto-Mine® : a high-throughput, single cell screening system that can find rare biopharmaceuticals.
Congratulations to Adder Technology for winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade.
The company designs and manufactures KVM switches enabling reliable control of computers and IT infrastructure.
Congratulations to Cambridge Healthcare Research for winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade.
The company specialises in decision support, product strategy, commercialisation, brand/ portfolio planning, competitor and market analysis in healthcare markets.
Congratulations to Stainless Metalcraft for winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Promoting Opportunity through Social Mobility.
The company’s apprenticeship scheme has provided accessible routes into rewarding, skilled jobs for over 100 years.