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FACT wins King’s Award For Enterprise

May 7, 2024

By Colin Mann

UK intellectual property protection body FACT has been honoured for excellence in international trade with the prestigious King’s Award for Enterprise 2024.

Personally approved by His Majesty, the King’s Award for Enterprise is the highest official award for British businesses, recognising and celebrating business excellence across the country.

FACT has been recognised for outstanding growth in providing due diligence and investigation services worldwide.

FACT is one of 252 organisations nationally to be recognised with this award and stands out for significant growth in international trade, achieving a 327.48 per cent increase over three years.

“Winning the King’s Award for Enterprise is a notable milestone for FACT,” commented Kieron Sharp, CEO FACT. “This remarkable achievement recognises our unwavering commitment to excellence in all aspects of our business and is a testament to the outstanding dedication and hard work of every member of the FACT team.”

“The King’s Awards celebrate the success of dynamic and innovative companies which are leading the way in the field of business. We are proud to be a recipient of this award.”

“To win the King’s Award strengthens our reputation as a leader in this field and we look forward to an exciting future.”

“FACT continues to grow, serving new global markets with innovation which best serves our clients,” he concluded.

The King’s Awards for Enterprise, previously known as the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, were renamed in 2023 to reflect the King’s desire to continue the legacy of HM Queen Elizabeth II 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 King’s Award Emblem for the next five years.

The award will be presented to Sharp by His Majesty The King at a royal reception at Windsor Castle in July 2024.

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