has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in international trade. The company was one of only 226 organisations to receive this prestigious award, among the most distinguished business honours available here on British shores.

With personal approval from Her Majesty The Queen, the award shows that Salt has demonstrated outstanding success in innovation, international trade, sustainable development, and opportunity.

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As part of the award celebration, Co-founder Reza Moaiandin will travel to Buckingham Palace for a reception hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales.

Previous award winners include The National Archives, BBC Worldwide, Marks and Spencer p.l.c, Pfizer Limited, and Dyson Ltd.

Discussing the awards, Reza said:

“We are so proud of the hard work and achievements our team has pushed in a competitive industry and during challenging times like Covid-19. During this time, we have strived to grow but are mindful of supporting our team during times of personal crisis. I believe our strategic, high quality and conscious mindset has allowed us to be fortunate to receive this special award.”

Martin Woods, co-founder & SEO director, said:

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“I am honoured that Salt has been recognised for the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise in international trade. Working with people from all kinds of nationalities and backgrounds is always something that I’ve enjoyed. The team has done an incredible job, and I look forward to seeing where we go across the next few years.”

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