We are delighted with the recent announcement that Excel has been crowned one of the winners in the Scottish heats of the Chamber Business Awards 2017. Now in their 14th year, the Awards are a highlight of the business calendar, recognising the key role that local businesses play in driving the UK economy.
As “Best Use of Social Media” winner, Excel Vending will now go forward to represent the Scottish Region in the national finals, which take place in London in November.
Francis Martin, President of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: “Businesses are the backbone and driving force of the UK economy. Even in the face of uncertain times, they continue to show their resilience and strength – creating opportunities for employment, investment and growth.
“Our judges are always impressed by the high standard of submissions, and the calibre of entries this year was no different. The finalists in the Chamber Business Awards represent the best of this country’s entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and hard-work.
“The Chamber Business Awards are the perfect opportunity for us to celebrate our business communities’ achievements, to take stock of the outstanding performances of UK businesses over the past year, and to encourage and inspire others to follow in their footsteps.”
The Chamber Business Awards are held annually and accept applications and nominations from every Chamber of Commerce Region throughout the UK. The award will be presented to Jane MacDonald, Managing Director, Excel Vending at the Glasgow Business Awards Annual Awards Dinner on Thursday 5th October at a glittering ceremony in Glasgow’s Hilton Hotel.
Excel Vending are also shortlisted in two categories for the Glasgow Business Awards; “Excellence in Communication” and “Excellence in Customer Service”.
The Glasgow Business Awards are among the most prestigious Awards in Scotland. Held annually, Excel Vending is no stranger to this wonderful evening that celebrates the success of Glasgow Businesses, indeed we won the “Excellence in Communication” award in 2015.