Airlie Arms Shortlisted in Scottish Women’s Awards 2017

Dilys Robertson and her sister, Nicola Ewart of the Airlie Hotel have both been nominated in the inaugural Scottish Women’s Awards 2017 in the Business Woman of the Year (less than 50 staff) category.

The shortlist of finalists was compiled from thousands of nominations from the general public and Dilys and Nicola are the only two to have been included from Angus.

Creative Organic, who announced the shortlist, say the awards aim to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of women entrepreneurs, business women, professionals, civil servants, women in uniform, charity workers and many more that help make Scotland great.

Dilys and Nicola are ecstatic to have been nominated and are looking forward to the black tie event, which is to be held in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Glasgow on Wednesday, 30 August.

The full list of nominations for the category are:

Hilary Harris (En Croute Catering Ltd., Glasgow)

Dilys Robertson & Nicola Ewart (Airlie Arms Hotel, Kirriemuir)

Susan Aktemel (Homes for Good Ltd., Glasgow)

Mara Rose Naismith (Silk Blooms Ltd., Glasgow)

Gillian Godsell (Exterion Media, Edinburgh)

Michelle Ferguson (St Andrew’s First Aid Training & Supplies Ltd., Glasgow)

Rosemary Eribe (Eribe Ltd., Galashiels)

Tricia Fox (Volpa, Dundee)

Faith Simpson (Faith Simpson Accountants, Elgin)

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