The Department for International Trade has launched their inaugural Made in the UK, Sold to the World Awards, to recognise the global trading success of small businesses from across the UK.
The award categories cover seven different industries, so if your business operates within one of those, this is your chance to tell your international success story. The Categories are:
- Agriculture, Food and Drink
- Consumer Goods
- Creative Industries
- Financial and Professional Services
The awards will recognise and celebrate the global trading success of small businesses from across the UK.
The winning businesses from across seven categories will receive a 2023 winner’s certificate and digital badge. DIT will also organise a high-profile visit from a DIT representative to your offices to celebrate your exporting success.
Entries for The Department for International Trade’s inaugural Made in the UK, Sold to the World Awards close at 23:59 on Thursday 23 February 2023 so there’s plenty of time to enter. Don’t let the ‘SME’ criteria put you off – the DIT define small businesses as:
- Micro (less than 10 employees and an annual turnover under €2 million)
- Small (less than 50 employees and an annual turnover under €10 million)
- Medium-sized (less than 250 employees and an annual turnover under €50 million) businesses.
That means that most businesses will be able to enter and we know that ChannelX readership crosses the entire spectrum from Micro, through Small and include relatively large Medium sized businesses. If you are a manufacturer, with fewer than 250 workers, and turn over less than €50 million then you should consider entering.
You can download the questions in advance to prepare your entry and submit it here when you are ready.
Global trading success is a bit of a bugger when the countries flagship mail service cant deliver sod all outside the UK
Is this a joke? The Tories really are getting desperate! Lol
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