Our very own Hannah Bisset has featured in Aberdeen’s 2023 Top 30 under 30 List. A prestigious list of ambitious young professionals who show dedication, innovation and impact in their careers so far.
With personal development at the heart of Due North Creatives, we were delighted to see Hannah achieve the recognition for her outstanding efforts over the past 18 months with Due North Creatives.
Since joining the Due North Creatives team, Hannah has worked closely with Ross Coverdale to develop her digital design skills counting the websites for Montrose Football Club and SmallWorld Nursery in her recent repertoire.
Hannah is a brilliant team player, working collaboratively with the internal team and clients to ensure the best results possible. Most recently, she has helped launch Fotheringham Homes newest developments at Gourdon and Laurencekirk along with their stylish new show home.
Reflecting on her nomination, Hannah said “I’m still in shock to be named one of Aberdeen Young Professionals 30 Under 30! A huge thank you to my amazing boss Amanda for nominating me and to the Aberdeen Young Professionals for selecting me. I feel so honoured to be recognised for my work with my clients and the team. The past 18 months at Due North has been so challenging and rewarding – I can’t wait to keep learning and growing with the team.
It was great to attend the 30 Under 30 awards last week at Namaste Delhi with the rest of the winners. Although Aberdeen is a small place, I was surprised I didn’t know anyone on the list, so was refreshing to chat to career driven people my age doing amazing work in their fields. I walked away from the evening feeling motivated and inspired. I hope to attend more AYP events in the future.”
Commenting on Hannah’s success Amanda Inglis, Managing Director explained ” As a driven and organised individual, Hannah is excellent at overcoming challenges and going above and beyond for the wider team and her clients so she has more than earned her place on Aberdeen’s Top 30 under 30 ! We look forward to watching her continued success and the positive impact she’ll bring along with her.
Starting out in your career it can feel daunting, and the pressure to achieve ‘success’ can feel overwhelming. This recognition is a great way to mark career achievement and I hope it stands as an inspiration to those in the starting blocks of their journey of employment.”
Want to know more about Hannah? Read all about her first year at Due North Creatives here >>