The Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Awards Dinner will take place next week at the prestigious Prestonfield House. As well as recognising some of the cities most promising businesses, the Awards will also be helping raise money for the local charity Cash for Kids. The finalists range from the well-known organisations; Edinburgh Airport, The Balmoral and Lothian Buses to up and coming new businesses MyUniHub and QikServe Limited. The awards will also feature a key note speech from Scottish Minister for Youth Employment, Angela Constance.

Robert Carr, President, Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce said:

“In the current environment, recognising business success is not only good for those businesses, it’s essential to our recovery and prosperity.”

Most Promising New Business of the Year

– Eulysis Group
– Home Insulations
– MyUniHub
– QikServe Limited
– Xi Engineering Consultants

Member Company of the Year Award

– Bright Purple Resourcing Ltd
– Creation Editor Ltd
– Edinburgh Airport
– Edinburgh Castle

High Growth Company of the Year Award

– Barrachd
– Bright Purple Resourcing Ltd
– Edinburgh Airport
– Eulysis Group
– Vegware Ltd

Green Company of the Year Award

– Central Taxis
– Lothian Buses
– Skanska
– Vegware Ltd
– Zonal Retail Data Systems

Employer of the Year Award

– Bright Purple Resourcing Ltd
– City of Edinburgh Council
– Edinburgh Airport
– The Balmoral
– Johnston Carmichael

The winners will be honoured at the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Business Awards Gala Dinner at Prestonfield House, Edinburgh on Thursday 29th March, where Angela Constance, Minister for Youth Employment will deliver the keynote speech.