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Emma Little the Managing Director of ExecSpace, was recently awarded the joint accolade of Scotland’s Creative Young Entrepreneur 2011 alongside James Watt founder of BrewDog.
The award is run by Junior Chamber International Scotland (JCI) and was launched internationally in 2006. As joint recipient of this award Emma was automatically entered into the International Awards Programme and will be one of 3 world finalists to attend JCI’s World Congress in Brussels in November, and if she beats the other two finalists (one from Malaysia and the other from Hong Kong) she will be crowned JCI World Creative Entrepreneur of the Year.
ExecSpace sources venues, accommodation, catering facilities and AV equipment for corporate customers looking to host external events UK wide. The customer’s experience is at the heart of the business and ExecSpace truly believes in the importance of going the extra mile, having a can do attitude and building strong customer relationships.
Having launched the company in 2008, Emma employs a dedicated team of 8 people and has over 70 happy, loyal customers some of which include blue-chip FTSE 100 companies. She is the first to admit that this has not been a solo effort and says “My success is due to my amazing team of staff, the motivation of my family, my supportive professional advisors and my wonderful clients …all of whom took a risk and have stuck with us throughout the years”.
More recently, Emma and her team organised a gala fund raising dinner in aid of Alzeihmers, an illness which Emma’s grandma suffered from. She managed to raise over £13k for the charity which is a fabulous achievement! Springfords supported her by taking a table at the event … and we can confirm first hand that the event was very professionally organised – no wonder the company is attracting so much attention from blue chip companies!
Emma and her team can be contacted at email@example.com or by phoning 0131 550 3722