Analox Operations Director Emma Harbottle has been named one of Teesside’s most outstanding business people by a local publication.
Tees Business, a local magazine for businesses in the Teesside area, announced the top 25 in the Autumn edition of their magazine.
The readers of Tees Business were asked to vote for their favourite business leaders. The top three in the poll were Bill Scott from Wilton Engineering Services, Andy Preston from Teesside Philanthropic Foundation, and Steve Gibson OBE, the owner of Middlesbrough FC.
Emma initially came to the operations department of Analox to fund a gap year after A Levels, however she enjoyed the work so much she decided to stay, becoming Operations Director in 2011.
This recognition comes after a very successful year for Analox. Analox won ‘Best SME’ at the Best Factory Awards 2016, an application led by Emma, as well as maximum three stars in the Investor in Customers Award. Analox were also recently named one of the best companies to work for in the Sun’s Best of British Awards.
Emma said “It’s a fantastic honour to be named one of Teesside’s top 25 business people. It has been a very busy, but very rewarding year at Analox and I’m looking forward to seeing what 2017 brings for the company.”
You can read more about the awards in the Autumn edition of Tees Business (pages 14 and 15) http://teesbusiness.co.uk/TeesBusiness-Issue7.html