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Celebrating the ‘Crème de la crème’ – Queen’s Awards for International Trade winners

The 2015 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise winners have been announced amid much fanfare earlier this week. Celebrating its 50th anniversary, The Queen’s Awards scheme is regarded as the most distinguished business awards in the country. This year 141 businesses were honoured, 105 of whom were recognised for their outstanding growth in overseas earnings and commercial success in the International Trade category. We are delighted to see that our members, TestPlant and Lumishore Ltd,...

Eminent healthcare entrepreneur to deliver keynote at IOE graduation ceremony

We are delighted that the keynote speech at this year’s IOE Graduation and Prize Ceremony will be delivered by award winning healthcare entrepreneur, Dr Ali Parsa, founder and CEO of Babylon health. Dr Parsa, who has a background in both finance and healthcare that spans 20 years, will deliver a motivating presentation on the importance of having the necessary skills and knowledge to understand how to build an international business. The event, which will take place at London’s historic...

IOE’s new look embraces the future while retaining past traditions

We may only be a quarter of a way in, but 2015 has already proved to be a year of momentous change for the IOE. A raft of formative developments sees us mark our 80th birthday, implement significant changes to our operating and governance procedures - and celebrate our director general, Lesley Batchelor, receiving an OBE for her outstanding contribution to business. As an expanding and evolving organisation, the time is right to implement internal changes  to the running of the institute...

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