This follows The Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation, which was awarded to Lintbells in 2016 for the development of its marketing leading joint supplement YuMOVE.
The award acknowledges the growth of Lintbells and success at a global level. The support it has had from veterinary practices and the pet trade channel has played a major role in helping it achieve its results.
Established in the UK and based in Weston, Hertfordshire in 2006, rapid growth by the business has seen turnover increase by 290% between 2014 and 2016 and international trade increase by 106% within the last 12 months. Lintbells now exports supplements to over 20 countries worldwide.
John Howie, CEO and co-founder of Lintbells, said: “We’re delighted that our international growth has been recognised by such a prestigious award. It’s always been our vision that Lintbells would grow in order to help better the lives of animals and the award reflects increasing brand recognition from pet owners around the world.
“At the centre of our innovative products is a scientific focus ensuring the effectiveness of all our supplement ranges, which is why our products are so successful at supporting animals achieve a better quality of life.”