Addmaster scoops another international trade award


Addmaster (UK) Ltd is continuing a record-breaking run with the company's second business award of the year.

Staffordshire Chamber of Trade honoured Addmaster with an International Trade Award sponsored by the Department for International Trade at the County Showground, Stafford.

More than 400 guests gathered to celebrate Staffordshire County’s business success stories at the prestigious annual black-tie event attended by finalists, sponsors and local media. The evening showcased the valuable contributions both businesses and individuals continue to make towards local and national businesses based in Staffordshire. 

Sara Williams, Chief Executive at Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce, said: “This year we have seen a number of exceptional entries for this year’s awards, which made judging across the board very difficult. More than other years this has showcased the innovation, spirit, creativity and ingenuity which should be applauded and supported across the whole of the county. 

The evening was a true celebration of all things Staffordshire using locally manufactured awards and food and drinks sourced from Staffordshire farms and suppliers. Thank you to all of our sponsors and to everyone who entered the awards. Many congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.” 

Earlier this year Addmaster won a Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in the International Trade category. Addmaster sales reached a record high for the financial year with both domestic and export markets expanding rapidly.

CEO and Founder Paul Morris said: "I am delighted that Addmaster won this years award, particularly as the support we get from the services at the Chamber of Commerce is key to our success.

I would advise anyone wanting to increase their exports to speak to them and the Department of International Trade."

Shown above accepting the award are (from left) Addmaster's Lesley Taylor, Dr. Sandrine Garnier and Natasha Pemberton.




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