East Midlands recipients of The King’s Awards for Enterprise revealed

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The recipients of The King’s Awards for Enterprise have been announced, celebrating the achievements of UK businesses, including numerous East Midlands firms.

The King’s Awards for Enterprise were previously known as The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise and were renamed last year to reflect His Majesty The King’s desire to continue the legacy of HM Queen Elizabeth II by recognising outstanding UK businesses.

The Award programme, now in its 58th year, has awarded over 7,000 companies since its inception in 1965. His Majesty’s Lord Lieutenants will be presenting the Awards to businesses locally throughout the year.

Businesses are recognised for International Trade, Innovation, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity through social mobility.

Minister for Enterprise Kevin Hollinrake said: “I congratulate the recipients of this year’s King’s Awards for Enterprise, who exemplify the talent, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit of British business.

“I wish them every success and commend the invaluable contributions they make to communities both at home and overseas, helping to grow the UK economy.”

The recipients from the East Midlands include:


Halo Solutions Ltd – Nottinghamshire – Lifesaving software invented by counter-terrorism police officer, motivated to help after Manchester Arena bombing.

Hygienex trading as HSG UK – Derbyshire – HSG’s revolutionary

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