This week, MVF employees pressed their best shirts, and donned their best tiaras and cravats for a celebration for winning the Queen’s Award for Enterprise - International Trade for the second time in the company’s history.
The Queen’s Award for Enterprise is the highest official UK awards for business and MVF has been recognised for excellence in international trade over the past three years.
Handing over the official scroll and commemorative crystal was Sir Ian Johnston, Representative Deputy Lieutenant for the Borough of Camden who brought a sense of occasion to the ceremony.
The formalities were followed by champagne, canapes and Pimms on our roof terrace - topped off with a royalty-themed playlist compiled by MVFers from around the business.
This ceremony precedes CEO Michael Teixeira and Co-Founder Tom Morgan’s visit to Buckingham Palace later this month where they will meet with the Queen and celebrate with other British businesses in the list.
MVF attendee Karla McDougall comments:
“It was fantastic to celebrate our win together like this, it was a really positive and fun event. The emphasis from CEO Michael Teixeira’s speech was all about our contribution to the business’s success too so it felt like a real acknowledgement of our hard work!”