Scottish SME Business Awards 2022

A High Blantyre business was amongst the deserving WINNERS of the 4th annual Scottish SME Business Awards.

Powered by Business Connect, the winners were announced in a virtual ceremony last night Wednesday 19th October and included Greenhall Country Cafe & Farm Shop as best “Family Run Business of the Year!”

Voted for by the public, the awards commend creative and successful SME’s from across Scotland that have pushed the boundaries of innovation and imagination in their enterprise. They provide a platform to shine the spotlight on the businesses that have made a positive difference in the market they operate within and have enjoyed growth as a result.  

The popular cafe is a much deserving winner, with excellent customer service and attention to detail and first class food and products.

The awards aim to showcase accomplishments ranging from Retail Business of the Year, Tech Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year and Young Achiever of the Year amongst others.

Yasmin Mahmood, CEO of Business Connect commented: “The Scottish SME Business Awards will celebrate the most dedicated business professionals that have stood out from the crowd and have shown great entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen.

SME businesses play a vital role in Scotland’s economy and we feel that it is of great importance to recognise the drive and commitment of the individuals and organisations that are the forefront of their industries.”

We would like to congratulate all this year’s winners as listed below:

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Old Mother Hunt (Glasgow)

SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Old Plean Roofing (Stirling)

RETAIL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Locavore (Glasgow)

SOCIAL INCLUSION BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Social Good Connect (Dundee)

FAMILY RUN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Greenhall Country Café & Farm Shop (Blantyre)

TECH BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Clearview Intelligence (Glasgow)

PROFESSIONAL IN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Sonali Mohapatra (Craft Prospect, Glasgow)

UNIQUE BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

The Buffalo Farm (Kirkcaldy)

OUTSTANDING BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

xDesign (Edinburgh)

FEMALE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Ishani Malhotra (Carcinotech, Edinburgh)

TECH ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Jawad Khursheed (Hydrogen Vehicle Systems, Glasgow)

TEAM IN BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Core-Asset Consulting (Edinburgh)

ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Andrew Richardson, Carlos Valente and Graham Coull (House of Boe, Edinburgh)

YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Bruce Walker (Purist Gin, Glasgow)

BUSINESSWOMEN OF THE YEAR

Tracy Clark (ITC Hydraulics, Aberdeen)

BUSINESSMAN OF THE YEAR

Kieran Coyle (Premiership Experience, Glasgow)

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Simple Online Healthcare (Glasgow)

PARTNER OF THE YEAR

Lesley Larg (Thorntons Law LLP, Dundee)

SCOTTISH INNOVATION OF THE YEAR

Virtual-Reality Empathy Platform (Galashiels)

GROWTH BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Wilsons Auctions (Dalry)

MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR

Chris Gallacher (United Wholesale Scotland, Glasgow)

BEST BUSINESS IN GLASGOW

MadeBrave (Glasgow)

BEST BUSINESS IN EDINBURGH

Beer52 (Edinburgh)

SME BUSINESS OF THE YEAR

Emperor (Edinburgh)

CREATIVE ENTREPRENEUR OF THE YEAR

Karen Robinson (Three Robins, Edinburgh)

CEO OF THE YEAR

Michele Lownie (Eden Scott, Edinburgh)

Story Courtesy with thanks to: Scott at Oceanic Media

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