Wednesday, May 22, 2019

What do past winners say about winning an Elevator Award?

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Over the last 20 years, the Elevator Awards has seen many local companies pick up an award at the event showcase dinner.

Here’s what previous winners said when asked what winning an award meant to them.

Kirsty McIntosh, Softcell Medical: “Winning the Elevator Innovation Award was a huge personal and business achievement. Since, the company has completed the engineering development of the pH Soft Tissue Monitoring system and is doing the final qualification tests to allow the product to be used in a clinical study in hospitals across Scotland.”

Sheryl Newman, Appetite for Business: “I was both humbled and delighted have won the Spirit of Enterprise award. Being a female entrepreneur in the tech sector is tough and lonely at times, and awards like these are blazing the way for our future. The recognition from your peers is the highest accolade.”

Dave Grant, Fierce Beer: “Winning two years in a row helped us to know we were, and still are, doing the right things. It cemented that our peers truly respect us as a competent company. Our standing in the area and the public perception of our brand has really pushed forward as a result.”

The perfect platform to showcase your expertise to the wider industry, nominations for this year’s awards with close on 20th March.

For a full list of categories, criteria and entry forms, visit www.elevatoruk.com/elevator-awards/award-criteria.

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