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Companies have chance for recognition at Press and Journal Energy Voice Gold Awards

Chevron’s Alex Yelland with the 2017 large company of the year award
Chevron’s Alex Yelland with the 2017 large company of the year award

Entries are being sought for one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in the Scottish business calendar.

Excitement is building for the 2018 Press and Journal Energy Voice Gold Awards, which will be held at the Marcliffe Hotel & Spa in Aberdeen in September.

Two of the gongs up for grabs are the large company of the year and the small company of the year.

Don’t miss your chance to enter the Gold Awards

Firms entering the large company category should have more than 200 employees.

The Gold Awards recognise resilience in both peaks and troughs and this award will be given to the best business which shows its commitment to people, its culture, the North Sea and the Aberdeen community.

Project milestones, team achievements, planned investment, employee testimonials and CSR activity can all be used to support the entry.

Last year Chevron took home the accolade.

Winner of the small company of the year should be a firm of fewer than 200 employees which shows its commitment to people, its culture, the North Sea and the Aberdeen community.

Last year’s winner was EnerQuip.

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