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We are delighted to announce that Ecoegg has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2016. The Queen’s Awards are made annually by Her Majesty The Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister, who is assisted by an Advisory Committee that includes representatives of Government, industry and commerce.
Our Laundry Egg has been awarded the Climate Week Award for ‘Best New Product or Technology’, recognised for being the revolutionary new way to do laundry. They applauded our innovative product which completely replaces regular washing detergent, keeping harsh chemicals out of our environment while still being great value.
We are very proud that Rob Knight, co-founder of Ecoegg has won the Keiba Kent Entrepreneur of the year award! This was awarded for his implementation of a successful business strategy and for the ever increasing success that the business is experiencing.
In 2014, Ecoegg has been picked as one of the fastest growing businesses in the UK by the Santander 50 Breakthrough Award! Watch out competition, here we come!
Receiving the Gold Award for Baby Skincare Product by Prima Baby & Pregnancy Magazine, our flagship Laundry Egg got top marks for being kind to a baby’s delicate skin. Another fantastic endorsement that the Laundry Egg really is all it’s cracked up to be!
We’re proud to add the NatWest Venus Award to our cabinet for Best Green Business. The Laundry Egg stops an estimated 700,000 tonnes of washing detergent polluting our water system each year – now that’s eco-friendly!
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Ecoegg are also working in partnership with the National Eczema Society.The NES are the leading body representing Eczema sufferers throughout the UK. Currently, there is no cure for eczema. Finding a cure would significantly transform the lives of over 6 million sufferers in the UK, of which 15-20% are school children.