Awards mean business
The race is on to win one of the prestigious category titles at the 2016 Lanarkshire Business Excellence Awards.
Businesses are being urged to apply now to promote their companies and celebrate their achievements.
The judges are looking forward to finding more inspiring examples of Lanarkshire’s vibrant business community that illustrate the wealth of talent in the region.
The awards are open to businesses of all sizes which operate in Lanarkshire.
The categories include the family business award and excellence in customer service and have been designed to be fully accessible to all businesses.
It is free to apply and companies can apply for as many of the ten categories as they wish.
The awards, which are hosted by North and South Lanarkshire Councils, have Clydesdale Bank as principal sponsor.
Simon Kerr of Clydesdale Ba n k said: “Local businesses are a vital part of our economy, as well as the foundations of our communities.
“We’d like to encourage entries from all businesses across Lanarkshire and look forward to celebrating their achievements.”
Councillor David Fagan, convenor of regeneration and infrastructure at North Lanarkshire Council said: “I would like to thank all the sponsors for their support.
“We would not be able to run the Lanarkshire Business Awards without them and it is terrific to see support and enthusiasm for the awards growing year-on-year.”