Yeovil-based Double First Ltd yesterday celebrated its 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade, in recognition of its export growth since 2008, with an official presentation ceremony at Haynes International Motor Museum, Yeovil. Double First was joined by the Queen’s Somerset representative, the Deputy Lieutenant for Somerset, Richard Case CBE, as well as the Deputy Mayor for Yeovil, Councillor Recardo, among other valued guests
Yeovil-based Double First Ltd is delighted to announce it will be presented with the 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade at Haynes International Motor Museum, Yeovil on 28 September 2016. The award will be presented by the Lord-Lieutenant for Somerset, Anne Maw, and will see Double First welcome valued guests and employees to celebrate the momentous occasion.
Double First Ltd, developer of the Engage school management system and Engage Accounts financial management software, is delighted to announce it has won a 2016 Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade, in recognition of its export growth since 2008. Double First has seen exceptional levels of growth in recent years, most significantly in the Asia Pacific, Middle East and Southern Africa regions
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