This year, The Courier we are celebrating nine years of The Courier Business Awards and we want you to celebrate with us.
In association with Henderson Loggie, the prestigious awards celebrate the successes of the business community across Angus, Dundee, Fife and Perthshire.
They recognise businesses and individuals with entrepreneurial flair and those who put the community at the heart of everything they do.
The awards also celebrate firms that are pushing the envelope in the pursuit of commercial success and those who go the extra mile.
The prestigious Courier Business Awards will take place at the Apex Hotel Dundee on Saturday 29th October.
There are 14 categories, plus the coveted Business of The Year, which is awarded to a shortlisted company which stands out from the pack.
The Courier Business Awards has grown to become the largest event of its kind in the area and we are proud to be returning to the grounds of the Apex to ensure an evening to remember.
All of our finalists have one thing in common. They can never believe they were shortlisted, this could be you.
To ensure your business gets the recognition it deserves this year, see full details and all available categories at www.thecourierbusinessawards.com
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