Events agency emc3 has achieved a King’s Award For Enterprise


emc3 has been honoured with a King’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade.

Announced Monday 6th of May 2024, emc3 has officially been recognised for its excellence in International Trade and is one of 252 organisations nationally recognised with a prestigious King’s Award for Enterprise.

The King’s Awards for Enterprise, previously known as The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, were renamed last year to reflect His Majesty The King’s desire to continue the legacy of HM Queen Elizabeth II’s by recognising outstanding UK businesses. The Award programme, now in its 58th year, is the most prestigious business award in the country, with successful businesses able to use the esteemed King’s Awards Emblem for the next five years.

Employing 55 people across the globe, London-based events agency emc3 started in 1999 as a high-level concierge service in Notting Hill. In the years that have followed, they have grown and become one of the leading events agencies, winning numerous industry awards for their work in producing game-changing experiences powered by strategy, content and creativity, underpinned by their commitment to a sustainable future for events.

Alistair Graham, CEO and Co-founder of emc3, had this to say:

“Receiving the King’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade is a moment of immense pride and gratitude for all of us at emc3. This recognition is a testament to our team’s unwavering dedication to creating transformative global events. For over two decades, we have channelled our passion and expertise into crafting impactful experiences for our clients, and this award is not just a recognition of our past achievements but a catalyst for our future endeavours as we continue to redefine what’s possible in the event industry.”

Adam Parry
Author: Adam Parry

Adam is the co-founder and editor of Adam, a technology evangelist also organises Event Tech Live, Europe’s only show dedicated to event technology and the Event Technology Awards. Both events take place in November, London.

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