Chamber admin are responsible for the day to day running of the chamber, dealing with enquiries, membership as well as organising events and meetings.
Working4Business Awards 2017
The application process is now open for the inaugural West Dunbartonshire Working4Business Awards 2017!
These awards celebrate the success and achievements of businesses in West Dunbartonshire and are a great opportunity to promote your company.
The awards are free to enter and local businesses can apply for as many of the nine categories as they wish. Winners will be unveiled at a glittering awards dinner on Wednesday 31st May at the Clydebank Town Hall. The event will be hosted by one of the countries most experienced live TV and radio broadcasters, Kaye Adams. The closing date for all entries is 5pm Friday 24th March 2017.
This year's categories are:
- Most Promising New Business Award Sponsored by Business Gateway
- Best Performing Small Business (< 25 employees) Award Sponsored by FSB
- Best Performing Business (>25 employees) Award Sponsored by Scottish Canals
- Excellence in Customer Service Award Sponsored by the Wheatley Group
- Community Impact Award Sponsored by Haven Products
- Family Business Success Award Sponsored by CHIVAS Brothers
- Developing the Young Workforce Award Sponsored by West College Scotland
- Excellence in People Development Award Sponsored by Highland Reserve Forces and Cadets Association
- Success through Sustainability Award Sponsored by Campbell & Kennedy
To request an application form please email the Awards team on [email protected] or telephone 0141 887 6181 detailing which categories you wish to enter.
The winners will be announced at the awards dinner on Wednesday 31st May 2017.
Why Join the Chamber
Chamber membership can save you hundreds or more each year for just a few pence a day. Have a look at some of the benefits of being a chamber member.
I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT