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THE owner of Right at Home Maidenhead has paid tribute to the dedication of his care support team after being recognised at the Maidenhead and Windsor Business Awards this month.
Business owner Scott MacRae said: “I am very humbled and honoured to have received the Fast-Growing Business Award, which is a testament to the hard work of our talented office team and dedicated CareGivers. “Whilst we are delighted to have won this award based on our expansion since we started up in 2014, we have always stressed that growth must go hand in hand with quality services; that is our driver to ensure strong and stable growth,” said Scott.
“We have always maintained an absolute focus on quality and I would like to dedicate this award to our staff, who really embody the Right at Home values and are committed to delivering the very best level of support to our clients and their families.”
The Maidenhead-based homecare business was also a finalist in the Best SME category. Scott was joined by Registered Manager Alyson Hobbs at the inaugural awards night, hosted by Maidenhead & District Chamber of Commerce. They collected their award in front of more than 250 people at a black-tie award ceremony at the Holiday Inn, compered by former Olympian Adrian Moorhouse. Chamber of commerce president Olu Odeniyi hailed the first ever awards presentation a big success, saying: “There was a sense of celebration for all businesses.” The event was backed by MP Teresa May, with a message from the Prime Minster read out on the night in which she said: “I know it takes hard work and dedication for a business to thrive and I am delighted to see these efforts being recognised. I would like to congratulate all those businesses who have won awards this evening.”