Award Winners 2012

ASB Annual Business Award Winners 2012

ASB’s Scottish Woman of Achievement 2012 is Professor Anne Glover CBE.

Professor Anne Glover was the first Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland, from 2006-11. Her role was to further enhance Scotland's reputation as a science nation.

While with the Scottish Government, Anne also held a Personal Chair of Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of Aberdeen. Anne was recognised in March 2008 as a Woman of Outstanding Achievement by the UK Resource Centre for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology and was awarded a CBE in 2009.

On completing her secondment as Chief Scientific Adviser for Scotland, Anne was appointed as the first Chief Scientific Adviser to the European Commission.

Congratulations to all the ASB Awards winners for 2012, who are:

Outstanding Contribution to Business
Irene Hogg of Loanhead Community Learning Centre

The other finalists were:
Wai-yin Hatton of Wai Beyond
Faith Simpson of Faith Simpson Accountants
Tracey Devine of Angels

Most Enterprising Business
Laura Jevons of Claremont Office Interiors (A&H) Ltd

The other finalists were:
Ada Galloway of Transcribe UK Ltd
Alison Harkin of ACE Place Childcare Services Ltd
Fiona McLellan of Pharos Parcel Ltd

Young Business of the Year
Victoria Arnold of Homestayfriend Ltd

The other finalists were:
Sue Beatt & Jo Graham of The Whisky Ambassador Ltd
Sandra Patterson of Kids Bee Happy Ltd
Michelle Smith of ValueAdd Business Solutions
Fiona Mackay of Crafted in Scotland

Employee of the Year
Gemma Ogilvie of Cosmetology (Scotland) Ltd

The other finalists were:
Jane McKie of Kilmarnock College
Lynsey Langlands of Claremont Office Interiors (A&H) Ltd

Best Business-Charity Partnership
Sense Scotland and Mail Marketing 

The other finalists were:
It's Good 2 Give and Hard Rock Cafe
Befriend a Child and BNI Scotland North
Macmillan Cancer Support and Claremont Office Interiors (A&H) Ltd
Charity Clear and Epilespy Scotland


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