Martin joined us in 2014 to manage our packaging compliance scheme, providing ongoing day-to-day support to our packaging compliance members, as well as introducing our scheme to new businesses across a variety of sectors.
Martin joined us from the charity sector, where he spent several years handling business fundraising accounts, gaining a wealth of experience in successfully managing business relationships.
With a passion for offering simple packaging compliance to businesses, Martin believes in providing a personal service that is unrivalled in the industry. He makes compliance easy for our members, with hands-on support that starts from the very first enquiry and continues throughout the year, every year. With first-hand experience in PRN procurement, Martin also gives our members knowledgeable advice about the market, helping them to choose the best compliance route for their business and providing trade price PRNs.
Martin's personal touch, and his compliance expertise, has resulted in significant growth for our scheme. We have welcomed many new producers under his management, including some major household brands who are looking for peace of mind and confidence that their packaging compliance is in safe hands.
Most importantly, Martin ensures our existing packaging members are always happy and well looked-after. Testament to the service they receive from us, once our members comply with Clarity, they don't leave.
If you would like to know more about packaging compliance and the benefits of joining our scheme, get in touch with Martin to find out more.
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