SgurrEnergy was the star of the show at the 2012 Glasgow Business Awards, walking away with the top accolade in two separate categories at the Chamber organised event.
The city centre-based engineering consultancy firm took the prize for International Trade and was also recognised by the event's main sponsor The Bank of Scotland as Most Outstanding Business overall.
In addition to the 15 awards contested on the evening, held in the luxurious surroundings of the city's Thistle Hotel, a special award was handed out by the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce.
Loganair's recently retired chairman, Scott Grier OBE, was the recipient of the Chamber's exceptional Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr Grier was honoured for his 36 years of service to Glasgow, acting as a lifeline of connectivity with Loganair's routes to the Highlands and Islands.
Drum and percussion store Rhythm Base was awarded the coveted title in the Evening Times Category of Glasgow's Favourite Business, after receiving the most votes from members of the public. Previous businesses that have stood under this esteemed banner include Glasgow Taxis Ltd and Slaters Menswear.
Stuart Patrick, chief executive of the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, said: "Firstly I would like to say a big thank you to our main sponsor, Bank of Scotland, who have now been backing the awards for a decade, as well as each of the category sponsors and our superb host, the Glasgow Thistle Hotel.
"Together they have helped to make the Glasgow Business Awards 2012 a major success, attracting a record number of entries - a 75% increase on 2011 - which reflects the strength, confidence and diversity of the city's business community.
"Among the many winners on the night I would like, in particular, to congratulate our 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Scott Grier OBE, who has continued to loyally serve customers all across Scotland.
"Overall, it was a night to toast each and every winner and finalist and celebrate the many Glasgow business success stories which we can all be very proud of."
Equality and Diversity Glasgow Business Award for Equality and Diversity
(sponsored by Glasgow Works)
Best Employer of a Student or Graduate Glasgow Business Award for Best Employer of a Student or Graduate
(sponsored by City of Glasgow College)
Excellence in Customer Service Glasgow Business Award for Excellence in Customer Service
(sponsored by Thistle Glasgow)
E-commerce Glasgow Business Award for Ecommerce
(Sponsored by INDEZ)
Excellence in Skills and Learning Glasgow Business Award for Excellence in Skills and Learning
(sponsored by GTG Training)
Creative Marketing Glasgow Business Award for Creative Marketing
(Sponsored by ScotRail)
Sustainable Development Glasgow Business Award for Sustainable Development
(sponsored by Scottish Water)
Best Use of Social Media Glasgow Business Award for Best Use of Social Media
(sponsored by Dunning)
Best Performing Inward Investor Glasgow Business Award for Best Performing Inward Investor
(sponsored by Glasgow City Council)
International Trade Glasgow Business Award for International Trade
(Sponsored by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce)
Best Performing Business (25 employees or under) Glasgow Business Award for Best Performing Business (25 employees or under)
(sponsored by Radio Clyde)
Young Business Person of the Year Glasgow Business Award for Young Business Person of the Year
(sponsored by ScottishPower)
Best Performing Business (over 25 employees) Glasgow Business Award for Best Performing Business (over 25 employees)
(sponsored by Glasgow School for Business and Society, Glasgow Caledonian University)
Evening Times Award for Glasgow's Favourite Business
Bank of Scotland Award for Most Outstanding Business
Lifetime Achievement Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Award for Lifetime Achievement