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Exclaimer Wins Second Queen’s Award for Enterprise

We’re very proud to announce that Exclaimer has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for the second time in less than five years. Announced today (Tuesday 21 April 2020), the award recognizes Exclaimer for Outstanding Short Term Growth in International Trade over the last three years for our email signature management solutions. We previously won the Queen’s Award in 2016, also for International Trade.

Now in its 54th year and coinciding with H.M. the Queen’s birthday, the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are one of the most prestigious business awards in the UK, with winning businesses able to use the esteemed Queen’s Awards emblem for the next five years. The awards were first established in 1965 and since then over 7,000 companies have achieved a Queen’s Award.

This year, 220 UK businesses have been recognized for their contribution to International Trade, Innovation, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity (through Social Mobility). The awards celebrate the success of exciting and innovative businesses which are leading the way with pioneering products or services, delivering impressive social mobility programmes or showing their commitment to excellent sustainable development practices.

Speaking about Exclaimer’s recent win, CEO, Heath Davies commented:

“Winning the Queen’s Award is a huge achievement for Exclaimer. We have always prided ourselves on our expert software solutions and the support we offer global customers, but I’m delighted we’ve officially been recognized for all our hard work with this esteemed award.”

We will celebrate our award during a royal reception for Queen’s Awards winners in the summer. An award ceremony will also be held at Exclaimer’s head office later this year and will be attended by various dignitaries.

More information about the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise can be viewed here.

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