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JMDA Design presented with the Queen's Award for Enterprise

Published: Wednesday, 24th July 2019 QAE 
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On 17th July at their Head Office in Pershore, JMDA Design were presented with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2019 by The Hon Lady Morrison, Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Worcestershire.

The Vice Lord-Lieutenant The Hon Lady Morrison awarded a Grant of Appointment to JMDA in recognition of winning a Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2019 for International Trade and presented an engraved glass trophy and a scroll signed by Her Majesty The Queen.

A summers’ afternoon at the JMDA Design offices was the picture-perfect location to receive the highest achievement for services to international trade. With the CEO of Hereford and Worcester Chamber of Commerce, Sharon Smith, and the Mayor and Mayoress of Pershore, to name just a few dignitaries in attendance, the presentation signified 27 years’ of ground-breaking, innovative design of children’s car safety seats.

Founders and Directors of JMDA Derrick and Cherril Barker accepted the Queen’s Award in a momentous occasion saying, “In a room filled with family, friends and business associates, together with our UK team and colleagues from China and Italy, who have contributed to the design of 97 children’s car safety seats to date, our vision to reduce serious injury to children from road traffic accidents continues to grow.  We feel extremely proud of all that we have achieved; welcoming The Hon Lady Morrison, Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Worcestershire to our offices and being presented the award in front of so many guests was the highest point in our company’s history so far”.

Honoured to be recognised for their outstanding contribution to child car seat safety globally, JMDA is one of only 201 organisations nationally to be recognised for excellence with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise this year. JMDA also demonstrated impressive growth over the last three years and a pedigree backed by winning many awards throughout their 27 years’ in business.

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