Emma Clark wins the Rising Star category at the Northern Stars Awards 2022.

The award recognises Emma as an outstanding talent with great potential within the industry. This success, against a high number of very promising entrants, was down to her hard work, talent, diligence and desire to succeed which have consistently seen her exceed expectations.
Emma joined ITC Hydraulics and Manufacturing in a junior role straight from school and has worked her way up to be the Procurement Manager for the company, looking after Procurement and Rental sales at just 23 years old. A wholly driven and focused employee, Emma works hard to play her part in steering the growing success of the company.

Emma feels strongly about supporting the local community with charity work that has seen her raising over £8,000 in 2017 for Charlie House and more recently in 2021 raising £2,500 for Sunrise Partnership.
Emma while stunned by the win commented “I am really so chuffed to have won this. I was truly pleased to be nominated and genuinely didn’t expect to win as I thought the other candidates were fantastic – well done to them all.”

More than 700 people packed P&J Live for the Northern Stars, the region’s biggest business awards dinner, organised by Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce.
ITC’s Managing Director said “It was great to have a staff table to help Emma enjoy the win, ITC was also nominated in the Family Business category, and I would like to congratulate Gray & Adams who were the deserved winners of the award”

Other big winners on the night included CNR International (UK), Stork, CLAN, Sport Aberdeen, Balfour Beaty, Balmoral, Arnlea Systems, Stagecoach and QHSE Aberdeen.