By David Willis
October 20, 2016
On 18th October 2016, Exclaimer hosted a celebration at its UK-based headquarters for achieving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
We were honored to welcome Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire, Nigel Atkinson Esq, to formally present the award. We also welcomed Deputy Lieutenant Andrew Kent Esq and Lord-Lieutenant Cadet Sarah Cameron, along with local Rushmoor Borough councilors, David Clifford, Andrew Lloyd and Ken Muschamp to join the celebration.
The Lord-Lieutenant was taken on a full tour of the office by Gary Levell, Exclaimer CTO and Chris Crawshay, Exclaimer CIO, before being shown a demonstration of our cloud-based email signature solution, Exclaimer Cloud Signatures for Office 365.
The tour was followed by a formal presentation ceremony, in which Gary Levell, the Lord-Lieutenant and the Deputy-Lieutenant gave a speech to commemorate the event. Exclaimer’s CEO, Andrew Millington, was presented with an official Queen’s Award commemorative engraved crystal bowl, and the Grant of Appointment was presented to Gary Levell.
Exclaimer is honored to have achieved such a prestigious award in recognition of our growth in international sales over the past 6 years.
Exclaimer’s CEO, Andrew Millington, receiving the Queen’s Award crystal bowl from the Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire
Exclaimer’s CTO, Gary Levell, receiving the Queen’s Award Grant of Appointment from the Lord-Lieutenant of Hampshire
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