Highly Commended at The Courier Business Awards 2018

Highly Commended at The Courier Business Awards 2018

Horisk were delighted to be Highly Commended by a prestigious panel of judges in the Small Business of the Year category at The Courier Business Awards 2018.

The award was presented at a glittering ceremony in Dundee on 28th October, hosted by Countdown's Rachel Riley and Scottish comic and presenter Fred MacAulay.

The judges included

  • Lord Andrew Dunlop, former Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Scotland
  • Chris Van Der Kuyl, digital entrepreneur
  • Liz Cameron, Chief Exec of Scottish Chambers of Commerce
  • Richard Neville, editor of The Courier
  • Gayle Mann, CEO of Entrepreneurial Spark
  • David Smith, managing partner of accountants Henderson Logie
  • Graham Huband, the Courier's Business Editor

This award marks another successful year for Horisk, with the securing of some major digital development projects in the public sector against competition from international firms, completion of some significant database and website projects and acquiring new clients in the public, private and third sectors.

Director Brian Horisk said "It's great to be recognised along with some of the most dynamic companies in our region. This award is testament to some great work from our team this year".  

Shortlisted in the category alongside Horisk were Jon Frullani Architect, KitschnBake and Premier Properties Perth, but the winner was Perthshire-based marketing agency Volpa.

Horisk were also shortlisted in the Digital Business of the Year award, and earlier in the year were finalists in The Herald Digital Business Awards and the Fife Business Awards.

Brian Horisk and Iain Leslie
Brian Horisk and Iain Leslie at The Courier Business Awards 2018