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Buckinghamshire businesses celebrated as the 2024 King’s Awards for Enterprise recipients are revealed

Businesses operating in Buckinghamshire, have today, (Monday 6th May 2024), been announced as winners of the King’s Award for Enterprise (KAE).


The awards are the most prestigious awards for UK business and celebrate outstanding achievement. They are designed to recognise and encourage businesses which excel in the fields of Innovation, International Trade, Sustainable Development and Promoting Opportunity (through social mobility) and are internationally recognised.


The 2024 award winners in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes are:



  • Cableflow International Limited

  • G&L Healthcare Advisors

  • Hansford Sensors Ltd

  • Niftylift Ltd

  • Red Fox ID Limited


They were all successful in the International Trade Category, which recognises substantial growth in overseas earnings and in commercial success (for their business size and sector) through either outstanding achievement over three years or continuous achievement over six years.


A double winner this year, Red Fox ID Limited, also received the award in the Innovation category, in which achievements are assessed for: invention, design or production of goods; performance of services; marketing and distribution; or, after-sale support of goods or services, that have realised outstanding commercial success over two years or continuous commercial success over five years.


His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, The Countess Howe said


"My congratulations go to all six companies. I have great admiration for these businesses who have been selected to receive the Kings’ Award, and commend them highly for their commitment to making the nomination as I know it is a demanding process. I very much look forward to visiting each of them in due course to make the presentations on behalf of His Majesty The King.”


Lady Howe added: “A King’s Award for Enterprise is a whole company success, and the businesses can feel justifiably proud of their achievement. Based as they are in the entrepreneurial heart of Britain, it is exciting to acknowledge the contribution which they have made to the prosperity of the county. I wholeheartedly encourage businesses in Buckinghamshire to consider applying for the award.”

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