Managing director of Aberdeenshire-based ITC Hydraulics Tracy Clark added to a recent haul of honours picking up Business of the Year at the Scottish Women’s Awards.
Ms Clark, who co-founded the company with her husband Ian in 1999, was one of the winners unveiled at a ceremony held at the Marriott Hotel in Glasgow.
She said: “It was a huge honour to receive this award on behalf of ITC and can’t thank the staff enough for all their efforts tackling Covid, move to new premises, gaining Granted F4OR status and consistently delivering excellent service to our customers – well done.
“I would also like to congratulate all the category winners and the organisers for a great night.
“It has been an eventful couple of weeks with the earlier award of “Businesswoman of the Year” at the Scottish SME Business Awards and being shortlisted in the “Business Woman of the Year” category at Business Women Scotland awards next month, keeping my fingers and toes crossed.”
Ms Downs said: “We’ve had a focus on supporting our community as one of our core values at Doqaru.
“This award really is recognition for our whole team and the work we’ve done collectively over the years to support others.”
Ms Otaru added: “The Scottish Women’s award highlights exceptional contribution to business and society so it’s a great honour to win this award. I’m deeply grateful to everyone who nominated us.”
A spokesman for The Scottish Women’s Awards 2022 said: “We are delighted to bring back the Scottish Women’s Awards and are sure that this year will bring its fair share of brilliant inspiration.
“We are excited to recognise those who are pushing boundaries and showing the world that there is no limit to the things that women can achieve.”