Inspiring City Awards 2017
Hacking and Paterson Management Services were again delighted to be involved with the Inspiring City Awards 2017, in conjunction with People Make Glasgow.
One of the top accolades on the night – the Legacy Award – supported by Hacking and Paterson, was won by City of Glasgow College for boosting social mobility and providing unrivalled access to further and higher education.
For seven years Principal Paul GK Little has held the role of Principal and Chief Executive Officer of City of Glasgow College where he has maintained his passionate belief that education is a great enabler. City of Glasgow College’s multimillion pound twin-site “super campus” not only delivers world class learning on an international scale, but also provides an inspirational learning environment which has dramatically changed the Glasgow skyline and contributes both economically and architecturally to the city.
Having presented the award to Principal Little, David Doran, Partner of Hacking and Paterson, said:
“Sponsoring the Legacy Award for a second year was a great privilege and we were delighted that Principal Little and the City of Glasgow College took this year’s honour. The calibre in this, and all other categories, was of a high standard and congratulations must go to the nominees for all the awards who continue to showcase what makes Glasgow great.”