By Marcus Leach

The 2010/11 International Trade Awards, sponsored by Santander Corporate Banking and Eversheds, are proud to announce that earworms are the winners of the International Trade Small to Medium Sized Company of the Year award.

The prestigious awards, hosted at the House of Lords, exclusively recognised the UK’s leading importers and exporters who have, in the face of adversity given the challenges posed by the current global economic climate, excelled over the past year.

Following an unprecedented number of high quality applications the judging panel, chaired by Phil Orford of the Forum of Private Business, confirmed that earworms – makers of an accelerated language learning method that relies on a unique blend of the power of music and rhythm – was the outstanding candidate.

Mr Orford, assisted by Martin Hodges, Head of Trade with Santander Corporate Banking, Howard Barrie, Partner at Eversheds, and David Solomons, Senior Partner at Creative Learning Consultants, selected earworms from what was an exceptional list of applications.

Despite turmoil in global markets and the credit crunch, excellent companies, such as earworms, continue to show the country, the media and our political masters that UK business and industry are still world-beaters in many fields. International Trade is delighted to have had the opportunity to reward and show off these great British companies.

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