30 April 2021

The winners of the 2021 Queen’s Awards for Enterprise have been announced, celebrating the achievements of UK businesses following an incredibly challenging year.

This year, 205 businesses representing every part of the United Kingdom and a diverse range of sectors have been recognised by Her Majesty The Queen as among the best in the country.

Amongst the winners from the Heart of the South West LEP area are:

  • Ribeye Ltd (Dartmouth): Design and manufacture of luxury rigid inflatable boats (RIBs) and superyacht tenders.
  • Watson Gym Equipment Ltd (Frome):  Design and manufacture of bespoke gym equipment for the commercial and specialist gym market.
  • SkyDemon (Divelements Limited t/a) (Frome): Design of software, maps and information used by pilots throughout Europe to increase safety.
  • Tellurium Q Ltd (Somerton): Research, design and manufacture of award winning high end audio cables.
  • Atlantic Inertial Systems Ltd (Plymouth): Design, development and manufacture of inertial sensors and navigation software.
  • AnTech Ltd (Exeter): Supply of hazardous area products and drilling services to the upstream oil and gas industry.

The awards were created following the recommendation of a committee chaired by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh in 1965. The first awards, originally known as the Queen’s Awards to Industry, were made the following year.

Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenants will be presenting the Awards to businesses locally throughout the year.

Details of the winners are published on the London Gazette

 

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