Golden Jubilee wins at Working4Business
The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel are celebrating a fantastic result at the inaugural Working4Business Award ceremony, winning the Success Through Sustainability award and being named a finalist in the Excellence in Customer Service category.
Discussing the award, Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel General Manager, Gary Rice, said: “We are delighted to have our efforts recognised at the first Working4Business Awards, especially taking into account the very high standard of competition across the every category.
“To win the Success Through Sustainability award, just weeks after receiving our Gold Accreditation from Green Tourism, is an amazing accomplishment and highlights countless hours of work our team have put into making sure our venue is delivering an environmentally friendly, sustainable, but most importantly, excellent standard of service for our clients and guests.”
The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel has a fantastic track record in sustainable practices, receiving the Gold Accreditation from Green Tourism six years in a row, being shortlisted for the Sustainable Development and Green Champion categories in the 2016 Glasgow Business Awards, along with the Visit Scotland Taste Our Best Award two years in a row for offering high quality, local, fresh food and ingredients. They also offer a dedicated Green Conference Package, tailor made to reduce the impact of an event on the environment.
The awards celebrated the diversity, innovation and success of employers from throughout the business community in West Dunbartonshire. These included awards for Family Business, Promising New Businesses, Community Impact, People Development and many more.
Discussing the awards, West Dunbartonshire Council Leader Jonathan McColl said: “We are delighted with the response to the first Working4Business awards. The awards have provided a platform for celebrating the category winners and their tremendous achievements.
“The winners really do showcase the best of West Dunbartonshire’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, social enterprises, as well as businesses of all sizes, and from all around the region – highlighting the breadth of businesses successfully operating and succeeding in area.
“The Working4Business Awards would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors and I would like to thank them for their commitment to this event.”
The awards were hosted by TV and radio presenter Kaye Adams along with live entertainment from comedian Des McLean.