Four businesswomen from Tayside were among 12 winners of the Association of Scottish Businesswomen’s (ASB) Women of Inspiration Awards.
The honours celebrate “the achievement and contribution of inspirational women in business and the wider community”.
Jackie Campbell of the Clydesdale Bank in Dundee has over 40 years used her wide network to fundraise to help others.
In fewer than 10 years she has raised almost £250,000 to help charities such as Roxburghe House, Rachel House and Cash for Kids.
Kirsty Thomson, managing director of Along Came Kirsty and chief executive of Circle Scotland community interest companies in Dundee, has helped organisations become sustainable and implement essential governance.
She has helped many organisations bring in more than £1 million in funding.
Perth entrepreneur Dr Tanya Ewing has grown Glaze & Save into a successful and sustainable business through her knowledge of the energy efficiency sector while keeping a keen eye on the firm’s environmental impact.
The chronic Lyme disease sufferer’s energy monitoring invention Ewgeco saw her win Top Scot for the Environment and British Female Inventor prizes, and she received an honorary doctorate in technology from Edinburgh Napier University.
Theresa Wishart, managing director of Arbroath-based travel industry
contact centre Journeycall, was honoured for her inspirational leadership, giving back to the community through charity work and support for unemployed people.
Her citation said she was “the most inspirational leader in her industry and Scotland”.
The ASB works to increase and strengthen business opportunities for women.