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10th May 2024

Chamber member receives King’s Award for Enterprise

A member of Chambers Wales South East, South West and Mid has received The King’s Award for Enterprise.

Talbot Green-based manufacturer Concrete Canvas Group was recognised in the international trade category.

The King’s Awards for Enterprise recognise outstanding achievements by UK businesses across four categories: innovation, international trade, sustainable development and promoting opportunity through social mobility. The awards are a globally recognised royal seal of approval for UK companies and celebrate business excellence in the private, non-profit and public sectors.

Previously known as The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, the awards programme has recognised thousands of businesses since 1965, with 90% of the recipients being SMEs.

Concrete Canvas manufactures four award-winning products which are exported around the world: Concrete Canvas®, CCX™, CC Hydro™ and CC Shelters™. In 2023, the firm’s founder and director Will Crawford was named as an export champion for Wales by the Department of Business and Trade.

Other Welsh winners included Archwood, Bionema Group, Cokebusters, Creo Medical Group, FRIO UK, Limb-art, Nodor International, Ruth Lee and Tension Control Bolts.

The winners will receive an official certificate called a Grant of Appointment and a commemorative crystal trophy which is presented to them at their premises by a Lord Lieutenant, a local representative of His Majesty The King.

The King’s Awards for Enterprise are valid for five years and winners can fly The King’s Awards flag on their premises and use the emblem on their marketing materials. They will also have access to the awards’ alumni network, allowing them to make connections and enter into new markets.

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