Leading business improvement consultancy scores another award for Best Workplace during a ceremony at the Radison Blu Hotel in Glasgow on 12th of May.
The Microsoft 365 expert was the only business from the North to earn an accolade at ScotlandIS Digital Technology Awards, which reward excellence, innovation and expertise of tech businesses based in Scotland.
As a membership organisation for Scotland’s digital technology industry, ScotlandIS hold the event in person for the first time in three years and delivered a total of 11 awards.
For Appetite for Business, the new accolade becomes part of a succession of awards for 2022. By winning the High Growth Business of the Year distinction this April and the LPI Gold accreditation in March, the consultancy has shown its unparalleled commitment to customer care, growth, quality, and now employee wellbeing.
Sheryl Newman, Appetite for Business’s Chief Executive Officer commented:
“At Appetite for Business, we are dedicated to creating a positive working environment where all employees can bring their best selves to work and truly be themselves.
During the pandemic, we went to great lengths to ensure and improve the wellbeing of our staff in often stressful and isolating situations.
Today, we’re proud to have created a truly supportive team and culture where everyone can feel valued and has opportunities for growth.
We’re also delighted to have recently been recognised for our success on multiple occasions. We didn’t expect to gain three awards in three months, and I am extremely proud of the hard and passionate work of the team.”
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