The Micro Business Award is an additional award for the best entry to any category. It is open businesses with less than 10 employees.
Scottish businesses gain recognition at the European Business Awards for the Environment 2014.
Ten Scottish businesses were today (27-11-14) recognised as champions of business sustainability at the 15th annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards.
With just one day to go until the VIBES Awards 2014, I’m getting ‘good vibes’ ahead of this annual opportunity to see the very best in Scottish environmental innovation showcased. It’s always an excellent event.
It’s just one week to go until the 2014 VIBES Awards ceremony takes place in Glasgow’s Central Hotel. The ceremony will see finalists from across the country get together for the unveiling of this year’s VIBES winners.
Last week when I was idly Googling climate change I came across a list of ten top ten things we can all do to help combat climate change in the Independent. It got me thinking about what the same list would be for businesses so I used the Main Group meeting of Scotland’s 2020 Climate Group to gather ideas.
The Scottish Government is delighted to support VIBES and the introduction of a specific Hydro Nation award within VIBES is evidence of that commitment.
What’s all the fuss about sustainability? Like it or not it’s an issue which is now helping to drive growth and your business could lose out if you don’t consider how best to make it work for you.
Twenty-four of Scotland’s most environmentally friendly organisations have been shortlisted for the Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards 2014.
The application period for the 15th annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards is almost closed and businesses are being encouraged to make the most of the time remaining and enter the search for Scotland’s greenest business.