Campbell & Kennedy joins top Scottish Businesses at prestigious Family Business of the Year Awards

The team at Campbell & Kennedy are delighted to have been shortlisted for Scottish Family Business of the Year at Family Business United’s annual awards ceremony.

The company joins prestigious family firms from across Scotland and are proud to be part of a group that generates over 25% of UK GDP.

The Family Business of the Year Awards, organised by Family Business United, are now in their fourth year and recognise the diversity, strength and depth of family firms across the UK.

Open to family firms of all generations, sizes and sectors, these awards recognise outstanding family firms and really help to put family businesses on the map. The results are to be determined through a combination of a judging panel and an online vote with all shortlisted firms in all of the regions eligible for the People’s Choice Award that is determined solely by public vote.

As Paul Andrews, Founder and Managing Director of Family Business United, the leading online magazine and resource centre for family firms in the UK, explains, “We are delighted to be able to pull together such a vibrant bunch of family businesses, some that have succeeded for numerous generations and continue to thrive, and others that are relatively young but have great values at the heart of what they do.”

Gerry Kennedy, Managing Director at Campbell & Kennedy said, “Campbell & Kennedy has grown from a small family run shop in Glasgow to the nationwide, multi-sector contractor we are today. We recognise that our success is thanks to the strong team we have. Award nominations like these recognise our hard work and we are proud to have been shortlisted.”

The awards process concludes at a Gala Reception and awards ceremony that takes place in London at the May Fair Hotel in London on June 8 where the winners will be crowned.



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