Contra Vision, the UK-based see-through window films maker, announces that it has been named one of only 24 companies in the UK to receive the Queen’s Award for enterprise innovation.
The award recognizes the contribution the company makes toward continuing innovation and advancing intellectual property in the field of print and graphics. Currently, Contra Vision has 30 inventions either patented or with patents pending.
This award follows the company winning the Queens’s Award for enterprise for international trade in 2014.
The company also announces that its chairman, Roland Hill, has become a member of the UK government’s Intellectual Property Advisory Committee and he is now a director of IPAN, the Intellectual Property Advisory Network.