Kay presents ‘Young Business of the Year’ trophy as McIntyres enjoy the 1st Courier Business Awards

McIntyres Salons Sponsored ‘Young Business of The Year’ at the inaugral Courier Business Awards on Friday night at the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews, Scotland. It was a memorable evening and wonderful spectacle presented by the charm and clever wit of Gyles Brandreth Author,Broadcaster,BBC presenter extraordinaire, ex MP, Minister to the Treasuryand Royal Biographer who entertained the 500 strong audience from start to finish ,to what hopefully promises to be a glittering annual occasion for Tayside,Angus ,Perthshire and Fife’s business community to look forward to by the DC Thomson publishing powerhouse, The Courier who are celebrating an incredible 50,000th edition,amazing!
Gyles did poke fun at the McIntyres team after an earlier visit to the table but paid tribute to Kay as ‘Scottish Hairdresser of the Year’ and even mentioned the award winning Union Street salon, thank you Gyles, the cheque is in the post.
With the venue dressed to impress in accordance with the black tie evening a great evening unveiled.
The winners were each presented an award by their sponsor and Kay presented Gary and Sally Fairweather of Newlife Fitness the Award for ‘Young Business of the Year’

The winners of The Courier Business of the Year 2013 were
Tourism – Morton of Pitmilly Countryside Resort of Fife
Agriculture – Invergowrie-based Mylnefield Research Services
Digital – Star Dundee
Retail – Scaramanga Trading
Life Sciences – Omega Diagnostics Plc
Manufacturing,Growth & Business Leader – Dundee’s PressureFab Group
Social Impact – Tullis Russell
Young Business of the Year – Newlife Fitness Club
Employer – Hillcrest
Overall Business of the Year & top honours – STAR-Dundee.

Alliance Trust chief executive Katherine Garrett-Cox presented Prof Parkes with his second trophy of the evening

McIntyres would like to congratulate all the winners and the nominees at the Courier Business Awards 2013

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