Salmon boss wins leader’s award

CRAIG Anderson, chief executive of the Scottish Salmon Company, won the Edinburgh, Lothians and Borders Regional Director of the Year award at a ceremony in Glasgow last night.
Anderson (pictured) was one of several regional winners in the awards, staged by the IoD (Institute of Directors) Scotland.
The awards mark outstanding leadership across 14 categories, representing businesses throughout Scotland.
David Watt, executive director of the IoD in Scotland, said: ‘These awards allow us to celebrate the immensely diverse landscape of businesses across Scotland, and the women and men who lead them.
‘All of tonight’s finalists are effective and dynamic leaders, and their skills are vital to building Scotland’s future.’
The Director of the Year Awards were held at the Crowne Plaza Glasgow.
The Scottish Salmon Company was also commended as the most Entrepreneurial Exporter of the Year in the Scottish Export Awards, held last night in the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow.
And Stirling based Aqualife Services was commended in the Small Exporter of the year category.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon presented the fifth annual export awards, which were sponsored by HSBC in association with Scottish Enterprise and Highlands and Islands Enterprise.