Cooper Software announced as finalists at the Fife Business Awards 2016

Member News | 27.01.2016

Cooper Software announced as finalists at the Fife Business Awards 2016

By Kelly McErlane

Cooper Software announced as finalists at the Fife Business Awards 2016

Cooper Software are pleased to announce they have been selected as finalists at the Fife Business Awards in the category of ‘Best Performing Business (under 50 employees)’. The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony and dinner on Friday 18th March.

The Fife Business Awards are promoted by the Fife Chamber of Commerce and provide an opportunity for businesses within the Fife area to demonstrate excellence and gain widespread recognition for their achievements. The awards will also showcase outstanding examples of how the business community is driving the local economy forward.

Fife Chamber President John Silcock said: “We have had a great response to the business awards and the quality of applications was exceptional, the judges charged with deciding the shortlist did not have an easy task. The awards dinner has become a firm fixture in the Chamber’s event calendar and is an excellent opportunity to showcase the fantastic business community within Fife. I would also like to extend my thanks to the awards sponsors, as without them the Fife Business Awards would not be possible.”

As a nominee for the award of ‘Best Performing Business’, Cooper Software must demonstrate how they have developed and grown the business in terms of turnover, employment, innovative marketing and communications. The three finalists within the category are:

•             Cooper Software Limited

•             Sephra Europe Ltd

•             The Buffalo Farm

Frank Cooper, Managing Director of Cooper Software said: “We are delighted to be nominated for this category at the Fife Business Awards. Being shortlisted is a great achievement and clearly shows that the company is continuing to successfully develop and grow and we have put forward a strong case to evidence this.”

The winner will be announced at an Awards Ceremony, hosted by Kaye Adams, in Rothes Hall, Glenrothes on Friday 18th March 2016.

For further information on the Awards, please go to:

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