2017 Fife Business Awards honours 12 deserving local firms

Fife Chamber already looking forward to next year’s entries

The winners of the 2017 Fife Business Awards were announced to more than 300 guests at the Rothes Halls on Friday (31 March) night – celebrating the success, diversity and innovation of the Fife business community.
Influx Recruitment, Kingdom Maintenance, Avenue Care Services, Realm Construction, Fife Fabrications, Kettle Produce, Morton of Pitmilly, Eden Mill St Andrews, Byron Hairdressing, PeelTech, Fairmont St Andrews, and Briggs Marine all walked away with top honours, while guests enjoyed entertainment from Edward Reid, a former Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalist.
Fife Chamber of Commerce President Peter Southcott said: “As a key event in the Fife business community calendar, year on year Fife Chamber looks forward to celebrating the category winners and their tremendous achievements.
“The winners really do showcase the best of Fife’s thriving business sector. It is also important to recognise the efforts and achievements of the wider short-listed finalists, and indeed, all the firms which entered the awards.
“We were pleased to welcome a diverse range of guests, with attendees from sectors such as manufacturing, electronics, tourism, financial services and food and drink all attending, as well as businesses of all sizes, and from all around the Kingdom – highlighting the breadth of businesses successfully operating and succeeding in Fife.
“The Fife Business Awards would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors and I would like to thank them for their commitment to this annual event. We look forward to the 2017 applications.”
A raffle on the night raised £2,200 for Fife Chamber’s chosen beneficiary charities, Fife Alcohol Support and Worldwide Cancer Research.
The awards were hosted by TV and radio presenter Grant Stott.
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