Join us virtually for our National Business Awards Ceremony on Sunday 26th September 2021 to celebrate the amazing achievements of businesswomen across Scotland. We have put together a dazzling programme to ensure this year Awards is an event to remember including a virtual drinks reception with entertainment, before being piped into the Awards by piper Iain Darroch playing "Iain & Catriona's slow Air" composed by the late PM Iain Morrison of Back, Isle of Lewis.
Please register for this event before 9pm on Thursday 23rd September 2021.
We are delighted to welcome Ivor and Jeff to entertain us prior to the Official Awards Ceremony. Fun and creativity are two of the most important elements present in all of Fifth Dimension’s work, and they utilise their years of business acumen, magical experience and quick wit to produce an incredibly versatile service which is as effective as it is unconventional.
For the past five years the ASB have been honouring and celebrating the achievement and contribution of inspirational women in business and the wider community through their Women of Inspiration Awards. This year we are celebrating those women at our main business awards giving them the opportunity to shine on the main stage.
Dr Eve Poole will be speaking to inspire and motivate us in 'LeaderSmithing'. Real leaders learn their craft the hard way: through critical incidents that test their mettle. These critical incidents become the apprentice-pieces of their craft. The good news is that you can stack the deck in your favour by programming in the opportunity to learn them on your leadership journey. That way, you learn them on your terms, rather than waiting for bitter experience to teach them to you the hard way.
Celebrating the achievements of individuals and groups with Awards presentations for the following categories:
Get your dancing shoes ready with a lively acoustic set by Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumnetalist, Matt Scott to close our Awards celebrations with his brand of Rock and Roll.
His debut singles have been featured across the most notable BBC Scotland shows including
the Vic Galloway and Roddy Hart Shows. The songs have been “something we can all relate
to”, and he has been described as the next “one to watch” coming out of Scotland. Jim
Gellatly has similarly championed his three singles released on his Amazing Radio show.
Since the release of his debut singles, Scott headlined a stage at the notable Belladrum Festival and performed at SXSW in Austin, TX. He also featured on bills across NYC, Nashville, LA, Mexico and those closer to home in London, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The singer has received well-earned kudos from Scottish music legends Paolo Nutini and Frankie Miller.
‘As It Was When It Happened’, a completely independant album, offers a journey through verse and music to portray ideas, images and sounds, that frankly, are not found anywhere else.
Dress in your best Sunday sparkle
Dress for the National Awards Ceremony will be Black Tie/Afternoon Occasion with a lot of Sparkle thrown in! We want to make this a very special celebration of all that we have achieved, survived and diversified over the last 15 months of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
We are all looking forward to seeing you there!
If you are a finalist we will be asking you to register for this event. Each finalist will receive their printed Finalist Certificate, a Finalist Sash to wear for the event and an event programme in the post, prior to the 26th of September 2021.
ASB Member Tickets are FREE - Log in to the ASB website to purchase your tickets at member rates.
Non-member tickets are £10.
Each person attending the event will receive a link to the e-programme and each finalist will recieve a hard copy souvenir programme.
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