Sunday, May 19, 2024

Reusabox wins place amongst final eight for national award

Reuseabox, based in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, has been chosen as a finalist for the Net Hero award at this year’s Small Awards.

Now in its eighth year, The Small Awards is a nationwide search for the smallest and greatest firms in the UK, across all sectors. It is organised annually by Small Business Britain, which champions, inspires and accelerates the nation’s 5.5 million small firms.

Reuseabox is a B Corp certified packaging company dedicated to promoting the benefits of cardboard box reuse. With a commitment to reducing waste and carbon emissions, Reuseabox provides innovative solutions for businesses looking to minimise their environmental impact with their packaging.

The company has been selected as one of just eight finalists for the Net Hero Award for best sustainability-focused business that recognises an organisation with an exceptional commitment to environmental sustainability.

With eleven different categories, the Small Awards celebrate the dynamism and resilience exhibited in the UK’s small business sector, across everything from sustainability heroes to digital stars, to long-standing family businesses.

Michelle Ovens, Founder of Small Business Britain, said: “The Small Awards is all about celebrating the inspiring small business owners who are at the heart of the economy and their communities.

“They are an opportunity to recognise and applaud the passion and resilience of the nation’s small firms, particularly amidst such turbulent times. Reuseabox is extremely deserving of being shortlisted for this award and we can’t wait to celebrate with them in May.”

Founder of Reuseabox Jack Good said: c“Being selected as a finalist for Britain’s best Net Hero business at the Small Awards is a testament to our unwavering commitment to environmental sustainability. It’s an honour to be recognised among the nation’s finest small firms, and we’re thrilled to continue leading the charge towards a greener future within the packaging industry.”

Judged by a panel of industry experts, the winners of all categories, including the overall winner of the Small Business of the Year award, will be announced at a splendid awards ceremony in London on May 16th.

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