THE Herald and Glasgow Chamber of Commerce are delighted to be once again working with Glasgow’s award-winning city brand – People Make Glasgow – to host this year’s Inspiring City Awards celebrating and rewarding the people and organisations that make Glasgow great!
Glasgow has a long and distinguished history of innovators, pioneers and traders who have made their mark on the world stage.
Previous winners have included, Glasgow Women’s Library, Allied Vehicles, Homeless World Cup, Glasgow Film Festival, Glasgow City Football Club, Laura Muir, DWF, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Scottish Water and citizenM Glasgow.
Councillor Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council, said:
“From the outset, the Inspiring City Awards has recognised some remarkable people that work tirelessly for Glasgow – from improving our communities to enhancing our international reputation – which is why the city is delighted to be continuing its support for such an important event as it enters its sixth year."
Working in partnership with Glasgow’s award winning city brand – People Make Glasgow and our event partners, Developing the Young Workforce, Glasgow Airport, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow Fort, Glasgow Taxis, Glasgow Welcomes, Hacking and Paterson Management, Ross Wilson PR, and Sir Robert McAlpine, we will reward individuals and organisations who have gone beyond the call of duty over the past year to encourage, mentor and support investment and growth in Glasgow.
Entrants have until 18 July 2018 to submit their online submission.
There are 15 categories to enter including:
Art and Culture Award supported by Sir Robert McAlpine
Carer(s) of the Year Award
Environmental Award supported by Anderson Strathern
Outstanding Contribution by a Business Leader
The PEOPLE MAKE GLASGOW Award supported by People Make Glasgow
Lifetime Achievement Award supported by Glasgow Airport
Young Persons Award supported by Glasgow Fort
Best Corporate Social Responsibility Award supported by GCU Glasgow School for Business and Society
Innovation in Business Award
Education Award supported by Glasgow Taxis
Outstanding contribution by a Young Business Leader supported by Ross Wilson Public Relations
Industry & Young People Innovation Award supported by Developing the Young Workforce Glasgow
Legacy Award supported by Hacking & Paterson
Glasgow Welcomes Service Champion Award supported by Glasgow Welcomes
Entry is free and all categories are open to individuals, businesses and third sector organisations.
For full details of the awards or to enter click here