Appetite for Business named as the winner of Business Success over 5 years category at the 2022 Elevator Business Awards, held at Ardoe House Hotel on the 23rd of June 2022.
Appetite for Business which is headquartered in Aberdeen specialises in helping organisations to Get the most Out of Microsoft 365 with services of consultancy, development, end user adoption and support. The company supports an evolving range of growing businesses across the energy, renewables, professional services, public sector, and pharmaceutical sectors.
The accolade was presented to Appetite for Business in recognition of the organisations success and follows two prestigious award wins early this year. In April, the organisation won the Federation of Small Business national High Growth of the year award and the ScotlandIS Best Workplace award in May.
CEO, Sheryl Newman said “This is a tremendous achievement in a tough category and well-respected competition. We have come through 2 tough years and it’s an honour to receive such a respected business award. This accolade wouldn’t have been possible without the team that work at Appetite for Business. This award is dedicated to them, and I want to thank every one of them for making this happen and the continued passion they show towards their roles.
We pride ourselves on ensuring that our vision and values are core of everything we do, whilst delivering the highest possible standard of service to our customers. This award win validates our continued commitment to our growing organisation.
Elevator champions Scotland’s vision of becoming a world-leading entrepreneurial and innovative society, and for over 20 years, the Elevator Awards has been recognising and celebrating outstanding entrepreneurial talent that emerges from Aberdeen City and Shire.
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