ROCCO Awards Nomination

By ssuk-admin, in category:
, posted on November 15, 2015 at 3:51 pm

SSUK make shortlist to the prestigious Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce Awards

In its 12th year it is a fantastic achievement for SSUK to be nominated and finally make it down the final three in its category.  A great sentiment to the hardworking loyal staff at SSUK, although we did not win there is always next year.  Many thanks to our staff for contributing to the success of the company and for the dedication to give SSUK the edge to compete in this arena.

The ROCCOs are the annual business awards of Renfrewshire Chamber of Commerce. Held annually in November every year for the last 10 years. The ROCCOs allow local businesses and organisations of all sizes and sectors to enter a wide range of award categories with the winners being announced on stage at our awards ceremony.

The ROCCOs are the largest business event in Renfrewshire and genuinely perceived as one of the top corporate events in Scotland, professionally managed & executed on the night with 1st class AV and production.

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