Scissors of Oz wins at Southwark Business Resilience Awards 2021

Peckham-based business Scissors of Oz, has received the highly commended award for the Southwark Business Resilience Awards 2021 Sustainable Green Investment category.

The awards, organised by White Label on behalf of Southwark Chamber of Commerce and Southwark council, celebrate the successes and resilience of the borough’s large and vibrant business community.

Owner of Scissors of Oz, Oz Izzet, pictured, was delighted to receive the highly commended award for the Sustainable Green Investment Award category.

She said: “I was thrilled to be placed beside so many amazing establishments.

“We were not expecting to be highly commended in the Green Investment Award, as we were up against some sensational initiatives.

“We were honoured to be recognised as a sustainable salon and hub.”

Scissors of Oz were nominated in five categories: the Covid-19 Business Resilience Award, Business Pivot Award, Sustainable Green Investment Award, Local Lockdown Hero and Community Collaboration in Response to COVID-19 Award.

Scissors of Oz then chose two categories to be a finalist for, the Covid-19 Business Resilience Award and the Sustainable Green Investment Award, before voting went live to the public.

A total of 52 businesses were named as finalist across nine categories.

Members of the public and business community were asked to vote in each category for their selected business before winners were announced at the Southwark Business Resilience Awards Virtual Awards.

Pictured: Oz Izzet, Owner of Scissors of Oz



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