Bright Green Business reflect on the success of this year's VIBES Awards and the importance of providing opportunities for students and graduates to help businesses.
Nine Scottish companies were declared champions of business sustainability at the 16th annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards.
Gillian Bruce, chair of the VIBES Awards, gets ready for the 2015 ceremony
With the VIBES Awards later this month, Katy Coats, Development Officer at WaterAid Scotland & Northern Ireland, talks about the importance of the Ripple Effect Challenge, which VIBES is once again partnering with…
Kennedy Miller, Technology and Sustainability Manager at Brand-Rex, discusses the importance of moving to a circular economy.
Lorna Walker, Senior Policy Officer at SEPA gives an insight into her role as a VIBES judge
At WaterAid we know that access to safe, clean water is a basic human right.
The 2015 VIBES Awards may be well underway but Scotland’s businesses are being given another opportunity to win one of our bespoke glass awards at this year’s ceremony through our exciting Ripple Effect Challenge.
The countdown is now on to the VIBES Awards 2015, and with this year’s nominees following the likes of Soilutions who won the first ever Circular Economy Award
It’s been a busy summer for the VIBES team following a record number of entries to this year’s awards. The judging has taken place and we are pleased to announce that 27 Scottish businesses have been shortlisted for our 16th annual awards ceremony.