Emberson Group Ltd has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade 2019, making it one of 201 organisations nationally to be recognised with a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise. The award, announced today, recognises Emberson for its excellence and sustained growth in international trade.
Our work with business-to-business customers based in Europe, the Middle East and North America as well as in the UK, along with our knowledge of how to position companies, how to infiltrate global markets, create brand belief through marketing communications and generate leads that comply with international data privacy regulations, have been the key to success of our export strategy. As a result we have enjoyed year-on-year growth over the past three years as a result with a 72% increase in overseas sales since 2016. Today, overseas sales represent 69% of the Group’s total sales.
Clare Pratt, Group Managing Director said, “Our aim is to help our customers succeed faster. We are achieving this aim due to two key reasons: The first, is through our proposition of Brand, Market, Sell. We are helping customers quickly realise their return on marketing investment.
“The second reason is due to our outstanding team of people. They are more than employees – they’re shareholders. This means that we all go above and beyond to create and deliver world-class brand, marketing and lead generation services for our customers.
“These two reasons are creating a sustainable group of companies, which benefits all of our stakeholders, now and in the future: our customers, our supply partners, our wider communities, and our shareholders. We feel that our British values of creativity, leadership and integrity, combined with tremendous hard work from our teams, have set us up for success in the global marketplace.
“We are privileged to be working for some of the most successful, pioneering companies in the world and are delighted that our place in the international market has been acknowledged by the Queen’s Award for International Trade.”