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Angus Firms Shortlisted in Courier Business Awards

Several Angus based firms and individuals have been shortlisted in the Courier Business Awards in association with MHA Henderson Loggie for 2019.

In the Apprentice of The Year category, Declan McFarlane (Tayside Contracts), Jamie Craig (Rossie Young People’s Trust) and Lottie Reardon (Developing Young Workforce Dundee & Angus) are all vying for the award.

The Family Business of the Year (Angus) sees Kirriemuir based J & D Wilkie Group, go up against Mackie Motors from Brechin and Laurenckirk based Powerwasher Services.

There are two nominations in the Growth Business of the Year with Balhousie Care Group and Journeycall both listed.

The J & D Wilkie Group are included in a second category, The Manufacturing Business of the Year as are Baker Hughes who have a base in Montrose.

There is also a second nomination for Journeycall who are one of three finalists for the Service Business of the Year.

Having a nomination in the Apprentice of the Year Category, The Rossie Young People’s Trust is also in the running for The Social Impact Business of the Year.

Finally, to round off a host of Angus nominations, Carnoustie Golf Links are in with the chance of picking up the award for Tourism & Hospitality Business of the Year.

The awards which attracted over 150 entries – a record – are hosted by Phill Jupitus and Fred MacAulay, and take place before more than 800 guests in the splendid setting of the Apex City Quay Hotel on Saturday 26 October.

The full list of nominations are:

Apprentice
Declan McFarlane, Tayside Contracts
Jamie Craig, Rossie Young People’s Trust
Lottie Reardon, Developing young Workforce Dundee & Angus
Calum Love, Fife Council Building Services

Design & Innovation
ACE Aquatec
NCR
SP Technology
Urban Foresight

Digital
GoRoadie
Miconex
ZUDU

Enterprise in Education
Fertility Genomics
Konglomerate Games
Pocket Sized Hands
Take Your Marks

Entrepreneur
Anne MacDonald, The Old Manse of Blair
Dale Harris, ATL Turbine Services
Kirsty Lunn, Molke
Nathan Pyne-Carter, ACE Aquatec

Export
ATL Turbine Services
Dover Fueling Services
Halley Stevensons

Family
J & D Wilkie Group (Angus)
Mackie Motors (Angus)
Powerwasher Services
Caltech Lifts (Dundee)
John James Roofing (Dundee)
Scott Brothers Butchers (Dundee)
Blue Star St Andrews (Fife)
Cairnie Fruit Farm & Mega Maze (Fife)
James Donaldson & Sons (Fife)
Crieff Hydro Hotel (Perthshire)
Glendoick Garden Centre (Perthshire)
Perthshire Caravans (Perthshire)

Games
Hyper Luminal Games
Konglomerate Games
Pocket Sized Hands

Growth
Balhousie Care Group
Entrust Resource Solutions
Journeycall
St Andrews Brewing Company

Manufacturing
Baker Hughes
Dover Fueling Solutions
J & D Wilkie Group

Retail
Assai Records
Perthshire Caravans
Scott Brothers Butchers

Science & Technology
ACE Aquatec
Exscientia
SP Technology

Service
ATL Turbine Services
Castle Water
Journeycall

Small
Elite Audio
Jon Frullani Architect
Tiger Lily Boutique

Social Impact
Dundee Contemporary Arts
GrowBiz
Hillcrest Futures
Perth Autism Support SCIO
Rossie Young People’s Trust

Tourism & Hospitality
Carnoustie Golf Links
Dundee Rep and Scottish Youth Theatre
Perthshire Caravans
V&A Dundee

Young
Alpha Projects
Pocket Sized Hands
TEXO Group
Tour Tag

Two further awards will be announced on the night.

They are:

Business of the Year
Outstanding Contribution

 

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