Scotland: Entrepreneur of the Year Awarded to James Milne, MD of Balmoral Group

FREE PICTURES : Entrepreneurial Scotland Annual Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 awards at the Double Tree by Hilton in Glasgow. L to R : Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 - Chris Gauld. CEO Spark Energy. Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 - James Milne CBE. Chairman and MD of Balmoral Group. Picture Robert Perry 30th Nov 2016Please credit photo to Robert PerryImage is free to use in connection with the promotion of the above company or organisation. 'Permissions for ALL other uses need to be sought and payment make be required.Note to Editors: This image is free to be used editorially in the promotion of the above company or organisation. Without prejudice ALL other licences without prior consent will be deemed a breach of copyright under the 1988. Copyright Design and Patents Act and will be subject to payment or legal action, where appropriate.www.robertperry.co.ukNB -This image is not to be distributed without the prior consent of the copyright holder.in using this image you agree to abide by terms and conditions as stated in this caption.All monies payable to Robert Perry(PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE THIS CAPTION)This image is intended for Editorial use (e.g. news). Any commercial or promotional use requires additional clearance. Copyright 2016 All rights protected.first use onlycontact detailsRobert Perry 07702 631 477robertperryphotos@gmail.comRobert Perry reserves the right to pursue unauthorised use of this image . If you violate my intellectual property you may be liable for damages, loss of income, and profits you derive from the use of this image.

Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year awarded to Chris Gauld, Chief Executive, Spark Energy

 

Entrepreneurial Scotland, hosted its 20th annual dinner and awards last night (November 30th). The event was a celebration of entrepreneurial success, recognising the role of entrepreneurs at all stages, and their vital contribution to developing a successful Scotland.

Scotland’s awards featured two elite categories: ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ and ‘Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year’ – each honouring those individuals who have excelled in leading their organisations over the past 12 months.

The Entrepreneur of the Year award was presented to James Milne CBE, Chairman and Managing Director of Balmoral Group.

Chris Gauld, Chief Executive of Spark Energy, was announced as the Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year.

“Awards and achievements matter because they recognise skills, determination, talent, tenacity and hard work. They highlight excellence and, most importantly, they provide an opportunity to focus on the characteristics that we want to see more of for ourselves, our businesses and our communities,” said Sandy Kennedy, Chief Executive of Entrepreneurial Scotland. “I am thrilled to congratulate both Jim and Chris. This year we received a tremendous response to the awards resulting in the highest-ever number of nominations. Each of the finalists was chosen after a rigorous judging process and they have emerged as Scotland’s most successful entrepreneurial leaders.”

The event also raised funds for the Saltire Foundation that strives to find, fuel and spark the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders – represented by several Saltire Alumni who were in the audience.

In 2015, the Entrepreneur of the Year award was presented to Mike Loggie of Saltire Energy. Julie Wilson and Amy Livingstone, co-founders of Cheeky Chompers, were awarded Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year.

Richard Slater, Partner and Head of Private Markets for Deloitte in Scotland, and a member of the judging panel for the 2016 awards, congratulated all finalists and winners;

“This year we saw a real mixture of companies from a range of sectors on the shortlist for both awards, this is great news for Scotland, as the economy continues to diversify and breed new success stories. Uncertainty may be the word that currently pervades the Scottish economy – yet there are businesses, and people, who are finding ways to do incredible things, whatever the circumstances. The ambition and drive of Scotland’s entrepreneurial community continues to thrive.”

 

Sponsored Links by DQ Promote

Send this to a friend