Creative Oceanic is delighted to announce meritorious contenders that got shortlisted in the 3rd Scottish SME Business Awards 2019. The awards are honoured by Creative Oceanic but voted for by the Scottish public.

The prestigious ceremony will take place on Wednesday May 8, at the Marriott Hotel Glasgow and will welcome creative and successful SME’s from across Scotland that have pushed the boundaries of innovation and imagination in the enterprise.


The Scottish SME Business Awards 2019 will provide a platform to shine the spotlight of the businesses that have made a positive difference in the market they operate within and have enjoyed growth as a result.  They aim to showcase accomplishments ranging from Retail Business of the Year, Export Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year and Young Achiever of the Year amongst other.

Elektrik Marketing based in Renfrewshire is one of the finalists in not just one but two categories which are ‘Marketing Activities of The Year’ and ‘Creative Entrepreneur of The Year’.  Elektrik Marketing will find out if they have managed to win the competition and grab an accolade at the elegant event being held in May.

Kat Kennedy, Director at Elektrik Marketing said, ‘ I’m thrilled to have been nominated and to be a finalist at the Scottish Business Awards, regardless of the outcome on Wednesday evening, I’m delighted to have made it this far.’


Creative Oceanic launched the SME Business Awards in Scotland three years ago. The Welsh and Irish SME Business Awards have all been successfully established over the years, increasing the brand’s national appeal and recognition.

A Spokesperson for the Scottish SME Business Awards 2019 said:” The awards will celebrate the most dedicated SME business professionals that have stood out from the crowd and have shown great entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen.

“SME businesses play a vital role in Scotland’s economy and we feel that it is of great importance to recognise the drive and commitment of the individuals and organisations who-although the difficulties- have established a profitable business.

“We would like to wish the finalists the best of luck and we can’t wait to deliver another memorable event.”



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