QubeGB co-founders look forward to national award finals

Darren Bunker and Raymond Kerr of QubeGB with award judge Lucinda Bruce Gardyne at the Ernst and Young Scottish Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
Darren Bunker and Raymond Kerr of QubeGB with award judge Lucinda Bruce Gardyne at the Ernst and Young Scottish Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

THE men behind QubeGB, which has its headquarters in Galashiels, have their sights set on a prestigious awards ceremony in London after securing two Scottish awards.

Darren Bunker and Raymond Kerr, co-founders of the communications engineering firm, were delighted to win the Ernst and Young Scottish Emerging Entrepreneur Award at Gleneagles recently, and will now go on to represent Scotland at the UK finals in October.

In addition, the pair also collected the prize for best small to medium-sized business.

The judges said the firm had demonstrated ‘impressive growth’.

QubeGB are a nationwide communications engineering and installation service provider, with 39 hubs across the UK.

The pair paid tribute to their employees in Galashiels and across the country.

The awards are run in 50 countries around the world.