The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and Dundee)
Make quality connections at the Courier Business Awards
700 top business people come together to celebrate commercial life of east central Scotland
The chance to make quality connections and impress hundreds of potential new clients does not come round too often in the business world.
But the 2016 Courier Business Awards offers entrants exactly that opportunity.
The awards scheme, held in association with Henderson Loggie chartered accountants for a fourth consecutive year, will bring more than 700 business people together for a black-tie celebration at Dundee’s Apex City Quay hotel on Saturday October 29.
Companies have until July 1 to get their entries in for the 2016 awards.
Applications are free and firms are welcome to apply for as many of the award categories as they see fit.
Entries are made through www.the courierbusinessawards.com.
David Smith, managing partner of Henderson Loggie, said the awards were a great showcase.
“The Courier Business Awards is a success story that Henderson Loggie is proud to be a part of,” Mr Smith said.
“There is no doubt that becoming a finalist in these prestigious awards can increase a business’s standing in the eyes of customers and peers.
“However, business owners and managers should seize the opportunity to gain recognition for their products and services, not just for accolades and the raised profile it will bring, but because they will be in good company through the awards process.
“It is an opportunity for companies to showcase their achievements and to learn from others along the way.”
“Becoming a finalist in these prestigious awards can increase a business’s standing.
DAVID SMITH, HENDERSON LOGGIE