SME News Reveals the 2020 Winners of the Scottish Enterprise Awards

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United Kingdom, 2021 – SME News is thrilled to announce the winners of the annual Scottish Enterprise Awards.

It goes without saying that 2020 was a challenge, in more ways than one. Navigating the global pandemic alongside juggling uncertainty and keeping up to date with the latest news, businesses had a tougher time than most. Saying that, the Scottish entrepreneurial spirit has shown itself to be a tough beast indeed, weathering the storm of 2020 and emerging into the year ahead scarred but by no means beaten. A goliath of manufacturing and engineering, Scotland continues to grow and strengthen despite difficulty, with a future decidedly one of further growth and development.

Ultimately, the Scottish Enterprise Awards on SME News aims to shine a spotlight on the small businesses that display this interminable desire to succeed against all odds. To grow. To innovate. To improve. To change the future of business for the better.

Awards Coordinator Kaven Cooper took a moment to reflect on the winners recognised in the programme. “It is always a delight to interact with the winners of the Scottish Enterprise Awards. It is an honour to recognise businesses of all sizes who find success – more so this year than any other before. I offer a heartfelt and sincere congratulations to all of those recognised and hope you have a prosperous year ahead.”


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