The Black Watch Castle and Museum have been announced Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality business of the year at the prestigious Courier Business Awards.
Anne Kinnes, CEO, The Black Watch Castle and Museum, stated, “It was an honour to be shortlisted alongside such strong, local businesses; to be announced the winner was a complete surprise. We would not be able to celebrate these amazing successes without the commitment and enthusiasm of our staff and volunteers. It is this team who make the Home of The Black Watch an award winning organisation, as CEO I am truly grateful to them all.”
The awards, held in association with Henderson Loggie, took place at the Apex Hotel Dundee on Saturday 28th October. The accolades recognise business and individuals from across Tayside, Fife, Perthshire and Angus that exhibits determination and flair whilst achieving excellence in their field.
David Smith, managing partner at Henderson Loggie, explains, “The region is fast becoming one of the most exciting and rewarding places to be in business.”
Host of the evening Radio and TV personality Gyles Brandreth praised the innovative approach of companies in the region, “There is such an extraordinary range of stunning business success in Dundee, Perth, Angus and Fife.”