The 5th annual China-Scotland Business Awards recognise and celebrate achievements in trade and investment between Scotland and China
The shortlist for the China-Scotland Business Awards was announced on 2 February 2022. The shortlisted companies appear in five different categories: Exporter of the Year, Educational Partnership of the Year, Chinese Investor of the Year, the Award for Climate Action and Entrepreneur of the Year.
The winners of the China-Scotland Business Awards will be announced at a special ceremony during the Chinese-Burns Supper on 9 March 2022 in Edinburgh. Now going into its ninth year, CBBC’s Chinese Burns Supper has become a permanent fixture in the China-Scotland business calendar. The event will feature a fusion of Burns Night traditions with those of Chinese New Year as a backdrop for black-tie networking for the China-Scotland business and educational community.
Read on to find out which companies, entrepreneurs and organisations have been nominated.
Award for Climate Action
- Holmes Miller China
Entrepreneur of the Year
- Yuxuan Zhang
- Dave Valentine
- Chunli Zhang
Educational Partnership of the Year
- Craigclowan Preschool Xi’an
- Wuhan-Dundee Joint Programme in Architectural Studies
- City of Glasgow College / Zhejiang Technical Institute of Economics (ZJTIE)
Chinese Investor of the Year
- Loch Lomond China
- Virens Technology
Exporter of the Year
- Logan Energy
- Johnstons of Elgin
- Glencairn Crystal
The 2021 winners included Chinese Investor of the Year Logan Energy, which specialises in the delivery of engineering solutions for integrated hydrogen technology systems and attracted £1 million of investment from Henan Lanxing Power Equipment Co. to help develop the hydrogen market in China, and Entrepreneur of the Year James Buchan, who founded Dundee-based Zudu in 2014 to focus on digital marketing, development, and strategic consulting for both the UK and Chinese markets.