The Clacks business community celebrates another successful year

The great and the good of the Clackmannanshire business community congregated last Thursday evening to recognise and reward local business achievement.

As sponsors, Ceteris were delighted to attend and we were absolutely thrilled by the calibre of the 23 locally-based businesses who made the shortlist for these prestigious awards. 

We were particularly delighted for five of our tenants who were nominated on the evening.

Huge congratulations to SV24-7 Vending and Paths for all who each won an award (below) while Emblation Limited won the big prize, “Outstanding Performing Business Award”.  Well done also to InnPac and Signpost Recovery who were nominated in the “Outstanding Performing Business Award “ and “Best Not For Profit Organisation of the Year” respectively.

Emblation Limited – Outstanding Performing Business Award

Based at Forrester Lodge, Alloa, Emblation is a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of microwave-based medical devices. With a global vision, the business prides itself on strategic thinking and significant technical innovation in the development of technology that is used worldwide to treat thousands of cancer patients every month – patients that may not have benefited from treatment had Emblation not driven development in this area. From a commercial perspective, the construction, negotiation and closing of two deals worth over $30m is a colossal achievement, particularly for a company of 14 people in Alloa.

SV24-7 Vending – Success Through Sustainability Award

SV24-7 Vending, based at Alloa Industrial Estate, is committed to reducing waste and pollutants, conserving resources and recycling materials at every stage of their operating business. Staff are proud to actively participate in educating the public about environmental conservation and this is included in their sales presentations and customer visits. What’s more, the team also pursue the development and implementation of technologies to minimise pollutant emissions and continually assess the impact of facilities and products on the local environment to ensure continual improvement.

Paths for all – Exemplar in Improving Staff Health Award

As a not for profit organisation that aims to encourage more people to get active by walking, the health and wellbeing of staff is taken seriously. Paths for All PFA employs 31 members of staff, which equates to 27 full time equivalents. The team can make the most of a range of initiatives to ensure they remain active – including 30 mons paid time to take part in physical activity each week. They also have access to two standing desks in the office as well as a folding bike that can be used for travel to meetings. You can contact Paths for all locally at Forrester Lodge, Alloa.

We send our warmest congratulations to all the winners, each very much deserving of their award

Gean House – Excellence in Customer Service Award

The good news doesn’t stop there, our very own Gean House also won the “Excellence in Customer Service Award”.  The staff at Gean House strive to go above and beyond for customers and pride themselves on excellent customer service. They believe that all customers will vouch for the fact that Gean House offers superb service and value for money.  Indeed, the whole Gean House Wedding strategy is based on an excellent customer service offering including exclusive use of the hotel; pre-wedding appointments, a dedicated wedding coordinator, a flexible venue with no minimum numbers required, menu’s to suit all dietary requirements and a service that leaves guests coming back to Gean House time and time again. 

Congratulations again to all the winners and good luck to everyone in the Wee County for next year’s awards!