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25.04.2016, 15:56

MCP Wins Prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise

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MCP, the Solihull based consultancy providing Asset Management consulting and training services, today celebrates the award of the UK’s highest accolade for business success -The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2016.

MCP, the Solihull based consultancy providing Asset Management consulting and training services, today celebrates the award of the UK’s highest accolade for business success -The Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade 2016.

The Award recognises MCP's growing export success to 50 countries worldwide, with recent significant increase in sales to North America, Asia, Europe and the UAE where a complex Change Management programme for Dubai Airports has been completed.

Their extensive portfolio of business improvement consultancy and training services has allowed MCP to support national and multinational blue-chip organisations’ drives to improve performance and reduce cost.

Peter Gagg, MCP's Managing Director.
Peter Gagg, MCP's Managing Director. © MCP
Peter Gagg, Managing Director said: “We're honoured to have been recognised for our contribution to International Trade. For the next five years, we can display the emblem with pride and to further our success in the UK and overseas.”

“We would like to thank our dedicated staff, clients and suppliers for all their support in helping us to achieve the Queen’s Award” said Peter, “This honour is a reflection of the strong principles established by the founders of the company. Winning the Queen’s Award marks a change in the business and reflects the commitment of our employees, associates and clients who supported the company throughout this time.”

 

For more information, visit www.mcpeurope.com

 

 

 

 

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