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    Delphis Eco CEO Mark Jankovich wins Leader Of The Year award

    Mark Jankovich

    Leading British eco-cleaning brand Delphis Eco, is delighted to announce that it’s CEO Mark Jankovich has won Leader of the Year Award at this year’s Made in Britain Impact Awards.

    The awards, which are open exclusively to all accredited Made in Britain members, gave the chance for sustainable companies to share their achievements to shine a light on the inspiring manufacturers who are leading the way in transforming the industry from the front, whilst providing every UK manufacturer with the chance to learn from the sector’s most sustainable businesses.

    In its inaugural year, the categories were centred around sustainability, including green and good business, as Made in Britain looks to continue to support manufacturers on the road to sustainable business.

    Jankovich was recognised for his outstanding leadership in sustainable manufacturing in driving forward innovative sustainable initiatives in the business and acting as a champion for sustainable business more broadly in the sector.

    “I am absolutely delighted to win this award, especially as its judged by industry experts right across the sustainability spectrum,” said Jankovich. “I have an exceptional team working with me and so this award is also about them for their continued hard work and dedication to our business.

    It is great to see that this year, the Made in Britain Awards are centred around sustainability in supporting manufacturers to be more sustainably focused in their both their vision and operations. This support will be vitally important going forward as we enter a new era where brands will be increasingly held to account in how their waste is recycled and how it re-enters the supply chain”.

    All the winners were given a trophy and given the opportunity of winning a handmade Impact Awards glass bowl, made by Made in Britain member, Dartington Crystal.

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