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Random42 wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise

Will celebrate during the royal reception this summer

Random42

Random42 Scientific Communication has been recognised for its excellence in international trade, picking up a Queen’s Award for Enterprise last month.

The awards have a long history celebrating ‘exceptional’ UK businesses and are considered the most ‘prestigious’ business awards in the UK.

The category of International Trade is said to recognise businesses that have demonstrated substantial international growth in overseas earnings and commercial success within their sector.

Ben Ramsbottom, CEO and medical director of Random42, said: “It is this success in the US that has won us The Queen’s Award.

“We operate in a growing market and have taken advantage of that to substantially expand the level of business we do in the US.”

The London, UK-based group aims to become a world-leader in science education, both from a pharma perspective and the “broader research community”.

Random42, who specialises in medical animation and education, scientific virtual reality, interactive and visually engaging solutions from pharma and biotech companies, will celebrate their award during a royal reception this summer.

Article by
Gemma Jones

4th May 2018

From: Marketing

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