Ecus director Erica nominated for prestigious award

19th August 2015

The commercial director of a Sheffield-based environmental consultancy has been nominated for a top award.

Erica Kemp from ECUS has been nominated in the SME Business of the Year - Growth category of the Yorkshire Women in Business Awards. ECUS is a national multidisciplinary environmental consultancy with its head office in Sheffield and satellite offices across the UK. The company's services include environmental impact assessment, ecology, landscape architecture, heritage consultancy, hydrology, geoscience, environmental management and arboriculture. Erica, who has worked in the environmental consultancy sector for 15 years, joined ECUS from Scott Wilson in 2002 and has helped turn the company round from a loss making business in 2009 to a profitable organisation with almost 30% year-on-year growth since 2012. Erica said: -I am absolutely delighted to be nominated for this award and look forward to being part of this celebration event of women in business. -At Ecus, I am extremely proud of the quality of our staff and the service we provide, our responsiveness and levels of client care. Everything that has been achieved at Ecus over the last few years is down to the team ethic we have everyone has played their part. Erica will find out whether she has won the award on 29 September 2015 at the Yorkshire and North East regional final.

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