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Ecocleen, a commercial contract cleaning provider based in the United Kingdom, announced two new appointments to its team to spearhead its ambitious growth plans. Sarah Fear has been appointed as the company’s new business development manager, with Nicholas Calderwood joining the team as bid writer.

Bringing a sound and solid background within the service sector specializing in national accounts, Fear joins Ecocleen from Citron Hygiene, where she was responsible for identifying prospect national account opportunities and closing new business to achieve both company and account growth per annum. In her role as business development manager, Fear will be fundamental in nurturing and developing relationships with key customer accounts, as well as building long term relationships with all stakeholders and driving growth in new markets. 

“I am thrilled to be joining Ecocleen at this very exciting and crucial time in its growth strategy. I am keen to drive a positive impact on future results by actively uncovering and pursuing opportunities across the Midlands and Northern regions to further strengthen Ecocleen’s footprint across the UK, said Fear. The opportunity to join a business that places sustainability and people at the heart of its company, provides me with a great platform from which to begin this new journey and one that I can wholeheartedly say that I am proud to be a part of.”

Further strengthening the growing team, Calderwood brings an outstanding track record in managing bids on a global scale, having previously worked at Blue Water Shipping as Global Contracts Coordinator. With Ecocleen’s ambitious growth plans underway, Calderwood will be instrumental in preparing documents to win contracts to provide services and communicating with Procurement Officers from various organizations.

“I’m excited to be joining Ecocleen at such a time of change and growth. I aim to ensure that Ecocleen is given the best chance to secure every commercial tender we pursue,” said Calderwood.