Queen’s Award for Midlands organisations

Date posted: April 29, 2020
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Congratulations to two Midlands organisations who have received a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2020.

Nottingham-based international business messaging company Esendex won the Award for its Mobile Collections solution; an innovative way of helping businesses recoup debt while at the same time engaging sensitively with the debtor and working with them to help control their finances. Meanwhile, the Award for Marketing Derby reflects the organisation’s groundbreaking business model and success as the inward investment promotion agency for the city of Derby and county of Derbyshire.

Established in 1965, the Queen’s Award for Enterprise is the most prestigious award a UK business can win and demonstrates outstanding success in innovation.

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