Tecna Display proudly received its Queen’s Award for Enterprise from the Deputy Lieutenant for the London Borough of Enfield, Graham Eustance OBE DL, on Thursday 28 June at an Awards ceremony also attended by Councillor Kate Analoue, Mayor of Enfield.
Jonathan Evitt, managing director of Tecna Display Limited received the award on behalf of Tecna Display. He commented, “This is a very special day for Tecna Display and I have been happy to share the honour of receiving the award with the whole team at Tecna Display. The Queen’s Award recognises the hard work of everyone involved with Tecna Display’s t3 product range.”
Graham Eustance OBE DL presented Jonathan Evitt with a Commemorative Bowl and the Certificate of the Grant of Appointment, both of which are on display at Tecna Display’s UK Head Office in Edmonton, North London. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the highest honour that a UK business can receive. They are awarded annually on the occasion of HM Queens Elizabeth II’s birthday. Jonathan Evitt will also meet HM Queen Elizabeth II at a special reception for winners of the Queen’s Award to be held at Buckingham Palace later on in the year.
Tecna Display Limited designs, produces and sells an advanced modular display system under the product name of t3. This is a strong, lightweight, fast and easy to build framework which, when clad in graphics, creates exhibition stands, walls and retail and POS displays. The product has been used for many high profile projects and companies worldwide, including the Brit Awards and Dyson in the UK, X Factor and Nintendo in South Africa, HSBC in Australia, Nespresso in France and the Buddha Museum in Singapore.
For more information about Tecna Display Limited and the t3 product range, please visit www.tecnadisplay.com.
[photo shows Jonathan Evitt (L), Graham Eustance (centre) and Kate Analoue (R)]