Following the success of The Møller Centre’s Queen’s award for Enterprise for International Trade, four members of staff (Stuart Websdale, Maureen Dye, Tina Cronin and Christine Hartshorne) went to the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel in London this week to participate in a Queen’s award networking gala dinner organised by the Institute of Export.
The Møller Centre meets HRH The Duke of Kent
Guests of honour were His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent, who is the Patron for the Institute of Export, and Richard Noble OBE – holder of the land speed record. The aim of the networking dinner is to facilitate business opportunities with Queen’s award winners and celebrate the success of which many refer to as “the best of British businesses”.
“The Queen’s award for Enterprise is a very prestigious award, which we are delighted to celebrate with like-minded forward thinking businesses from across the UK,” commentsStuart Websdale, General Manager of The Møller Centre.
”Meeting His Royal Highness the Duke of Kent was a great experience; he showed great interest in both our business and the success of all the Queen’s award winners. The Queen’s award is an internationally renowned achievement which recognises our success through our commitment and dedication to our clients, and will assist us in further growth into new markets.”
The Møller Institute at Churchill College in the University of Cambridge provides space and context for the development of current and future leaders in government, industry, academia and civil society.