Finalists for the 2nd Scottish SME Business Awards Announced
Following the success of last year’s inaugural awards ceremony, the finalists for this year’s Scottish SME Business Awards have been announced after nominations surged in from across Scotland.
Dr Vicki Cameron, owner of StEPS Podiatry, Largs has been shortlisted in the Business Woman of the Year category. StEPS Podiatry will find out if they will be named winner at the awards ceremony.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather at the lavish, black-tie awards ceremony at Glasgow’s luxury Crowne Plaza hotel. The night will include a drinks reception, a four-course meal and entertainment as well as the awards ceremony itself which will feature accomplishments ranging from Retail Business of the Year to Young Achiever of the Year.
Dr Vicki Cameron, StEPS owner said “We are absolutely delighted to be shortlisted for an SME Business Award. It’s a real privilege to be recognised and nominated for Business Woman of the Year. Working women can face a lot of challenges and it’s great that these awards recognise those who are dedicated to contributing and building business in Scotland.”
The awards not only provide a platform and an opportunity to recognise and reward the talented individuals and organisations from the country’s SME industry but also provide a source of inspiration for future entrepreneurs.
The awards are brought to you by Creative Oceanic, an events and marketing agency who are responsible for some of Scotland’s most successful and well known events such as The Scottish Wedding Awards and The Scottish Hair & Beauty Awards amongst others.
Irfan Younis, CEO of Creative Oceanic said: “SME businesses are the backbone of Scotland’s economy and we feel that it is important that we recognise the drive and commitment of the individuals and organisations who are working against the market odds to make the industry a success.”
The glamorous evening will also help to raise funds for charity partner, Make a Wish Foundation which provides magical experiences to children and young people facing life-threatening conditions.