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GLASGOW BUSINESS AWARDS


2013


Glasgow Chamber of Commerce gratefully acknowledges the support and sponsorship of the following companies for the Glasgow Business Awards 2013


BANK OF SCOTLAND


MAIN SPONSOR AND SPONSOR OF THE BANK OF SCOTLAND AWARD FOR MOST OUTSTANDING BUSINESS


Bank of Scotland, part of Lloyds


Banking Group, has more than 300 years’ experience of providing guidance and support to businesses across all sectors, from sole traders to larger, well established companies. We put great emphasis on a long-term


relationship-led approach to banking and are committed to providing businesses with a service


that goes beyond day-to-day banking facilities. We recognise the importance of working closely with our customers so we can fully understand their needs and we are actively looking to meet their funding requirements, whether it is to launch a new venture, improve liquidity or support expansion. We remain committed to Scottish businesses and continue to provide a range of funding options. Access to the right resources is crucial and our


website is packed full of information to help you navigate a course through the current climate. We have dedicated guides, expert guidance and real life business stories.


+ For more information on Bank of Scotland, visit: www.bankofscotlandbusiness.co.uk


Bank of Scotland plc Registered office: The Mound, Edinburgh EH1 1YZ. Registered in Scotland no. SC327000. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority. Lending is subject to status. The Lloyds Banking Group includes Bank of Scotland plc and a number of other companies using brands including TSB, Halifax and Bank of Scotland, and their associated companies.


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