Fife Business Awards 2023

May 30, 2023 | TC blog, TC news

Local business champions gathered together on Friday 19th May for the Fife Business Awards 2023 that took place at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews. We were delighted to be part of this celebration of local businesses, sponsoring the Best Medium Sized Business of the Year category once again.

Why sponsor Medium Business of the Year?

This Award was open to any company based in Fife with between 11 and 50 employees that had been trading for over 24 months and could demonstrate it had delivered significant performance achievements and improvements in the last two years.

We continue to sponsor this inspiring category because we see on a daily basis the huge contribution businesses of this size make to our communities and economy. Business owners continue to face unprecedented economic conditions and we want to celebrate those who have achieved growth despite these challenges. The winner of the category was Advanced Traditional Screeding based in Rosyth.  You can find out more about this impressive and progressive local business here.

We appreciate how tough the past few years have been, especially for business owners who are determined to keep building their companies. In response, we developed our Virtual Finance Director service led by Partner Carrie Campbell. It is ideal for ambitious business owners aiming for next level growth who need additional financial data and management information insight to track performance and identify opportunities. If you think this service would be of benefit to your business, contact Carrie direct at

Congratulations to all the finalists in 2023, all chosen for their achievements and resilience. The calibre of entries was incredibly high.

You can see a full list of all the winners here.

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