Addmaster celebrates Queen's Award

Addmaster CEO Paul Morris is awarded a second queens Award

Addmaster Founder & CEO Paul Morris was the proud recipient of a second Queens Award for Enterprise at a presentation at the company's HQ in Stafford.

The award was presented by the Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire Mr. Ian Dudson.

Mr. Dudson spoke of his admiration for Paul’s entrepreneurial spirit and the huge amount of innovation that goes into the Addmaster business. “Not many companies have the distinction of being multiple winners and for Addmaster to have won the same award twice is very unusual. I would like to congratulate you on a very exceptional performance that you are clearly delivering.”

Paul said: "Over the past eighteen years our business has grown through carefully planned steps and never got ahead of itself. We are a very lean business and we always punched above our weight in whatever we do.

Addmaster is unique blend of very talented people who all work tremendously hard. We believe in each other and above all we are honest with each other with lots of great ideas, enthusiasm and a little sprinkle of luck along the way.

We strive to give our all every day and that’s why these awards mean so much to us when we are recognised for our hard work.”

The presentation was attended by company employees, family, industry peers and partners and well-wishers from the local business community.

The event coincided with the unveiling of our new office makeover, with guests given the opportunity to meet the Addmaster team and learn more about how the business operates on a daily basis.

This was Addmaster's second Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade following a similar award in 2011.

Addmaster presented with second Queens Award

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