The cream of the city's business community will gather at the Thistle Hotel for this year's Glasgow Business Awards.
Now in its 15th year, the glitzy ceremony, which is sponsored by the Bank of Scotland with the Evening Times as media partner, is a chance to recognise the city's business achievements over the past year, with 14 accolades being given out.
Tony Carlin, editor of the Evening Times, will present the award to Glasgow's Favourite Business, which has been chosen by our readers. He said: "The Evening Times is dedicated to promoting the very best of Glasgow and, in particular, in celebrating and supporting businesses which help make the city the economic heart of Scotland.
"Our readers know what they like. That's why for more than a decade we have supported the Favourite Business Award, voted for by the people of Glasgow and honouring businesses which have gained respect, admiration and affection.
"When it comes to business nobody knows Glasgow Better than Evening Times readers."
Making it to the final stages of the category are the WEST Brewery, sandwich shop Where the Monkey Sleeps, Station Flowers and drumming superstore Rhythm Base.
The WEST brewery is based in the Templeton Building in Glasgow Green and was launched by Bavarian-born Petra Wetzel in 1994. She said: "It means such a lot to me to know we're a finalist."
Paul Burke, 38, set up Rhythm Base, in Commerce Street, with Gordon Ferguson, 34, in 2006 because they could not find any percussion specialists in the city.
Gavin Duffy, 45, owner of Station Flowers, which has shops in Shawlands, Partick, Castlemilk and Clydebank, started the firm 21 years ago because his wife Irene, 43, was a florist. The firm recently expanded when it bought Caulfields in Dumbarton, where Mrs Duffy is based.
Sofie Ford, one of the food lovers behind Where The Monkey Sleeps in West Regent Street, got started when her brother Richard and his friend Neil took over the firm three years ago.
Where The Monkey Sleeps began with an outlet on West Regent Street a decade ago.
Also being determined on the night are individual category awards, including the Best Performing Inward Investor and the award for the Best Performing Business (over 25 employees).
The coveted Lifetime Achievement award will also be revealed.
The event will be hosted by Capital FM's Des Clarke, with each of the winners being presented with a hand crafted trophy.
Stuart Patrick, chief executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, said: "There is an incredible array of activity happening around Glasgow, despite the challenging economic backdrop, with plenty of businesses deserving to be acknowledged for their accomplishments. Across so many sectors, the city's business community has continued to thrive and the Glasgow Business Awards is all about promoting talent within the region.
"The event is particularly special this year, as we celebrate the 15th successive awards ceremony and look over the career of one of Scotland's most successful businessmen who has been recognised for the lifetime achievement category.
"Everyone at Glasgow Chamber of Commerce is very much looking forward to tonight's festivities."
The Glasgow Business Awards will take place at the Thistle Hotel this evening from 6.45pm.