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Amoria Bond and Phaidon International win Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade Award 2017

Amoria Bond and Phaidon International have been named amongst the winners of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2017 in the category of International Trade. 

The Queen’s Award for Enterprise is the UK’s highest accolade for business success, with winners selected by the Prime Minister’s office and approved by H.M. the Queen.

Group MD of Amoria Bond, Daniel Daw, said, “We are delighted to have won this award which recognises the significant business growth we’ve achieved through successfully exporting our value-add recruitment services globally. Our resilient business model and international growth-strategy is delivered through the collective effort and commitment of all our teams across the company. December 2016 marked the anniversary of 10 years trading by Amoria Bond, and winning a Queens Award for Enterprise is the icing on the cake to our celebrations!!

“We’ve grown into a truly international business; employing over 20 nationalities, last year we recruited into 39 countries around the world. Crucially, we’ve remained committed to our business mission, culture and values since day 1 which has enabled us to recruit, develop and retain some of the most talented recruiters in our industry who provide a world-class service to our clients.” 

Adam Buck, founder and executive chairman of Phaidon International, commented, “Winning the Queen’s Award is a true honour and fantastic accolade to what we have built at Phaidon International.

“International business has been the key to our success, not only over the last 6 years, but from when we first began in 2004.”

Harry Youtan, CEO of Phaidon International, stated, “I am immensely proud of everyone here. This prestigious award recognises the combined efforts of all our staff, in the UK and overseas, and is testament to the exemplary service we provide to our candidates and clients, globally.”

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Pictured (above left) (left to right): Daniel Daw, Nick Barrow and Gareth Lloyd

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