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The awards scheme has recognised the efforts of scores of local companies in a brilliant first four years.
But there are many more exciting businesses and talented individuals living and working in this part of the world that also deserve recognition for their efforts in driving the local economy.
The 2017 awards, which are again being held in association with our long-term partner, chartered accountants Henderson Loggie, are designed to reflect all facets of the hugely diverse private sector operating on our doorstep.
From one-man bands to multi-national conglomerates, if you contribute to the economy of Dundee, Angus, Fife and Perthshire then the Courier Business Awards are for you.
Entries are free and open now.
For early birds who get their applications in before May 31, there is the also chance of winning a fantastic night’s stay on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis at any Apex Hotel in Scotland.
The awards ceremony will be held in a bespoke marquee in the grounds of the Apex City Quay, Dundee, on Saturday, October 28 and we are delighted that writer, broadcaster and polymath Gyles Brandreth will once again be our genial host this year.
Courier Editor Richard Neville said the awards brought great prestige for both the shortlisted companies and the eventual winners.
“Time and again our participants have spoken of the positive impact of being involved in the awards process,” Mr Neville said.
Winning a Courier Business Award is a fantastic validation of a company’s strategy, their achievements and the talents of their team.
“But many of our stand-out companies have also enjoyed a subsequent uplift to their bottom line as their awards success helped boost their reputation in the community.
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