Structure eco cleaning firm BioD developing abroad deals Hull Daily Mail

“Staff at Hull-based Bio-D, the UK’s biggest independent producer of eco-friendly home cleaning products, have returned from a visit to Shanghai as the firm’s overseas sales continue to grow.
The company has recorded a 30 per cent increase across all international markets in the past six months.
Managing director Lloyd Atkin and key account manager Emily Gallagher visited distributors TCOAI Trading, who are based in China’s largest city and have imported Bio-D products for three years.
The trip enabled the firm to explore further opportunities for growth in the Chinese market: Bio-D’s exports to China have risen by a third in the past year as the country has embraced a trend for greener lifestyles.
Bio-D is now sold across five Chinese provinces, including in the country’s biggest department stores.”

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Frame eco cleaning firm BioD developing abroad deals Hull Daily Mail

“Staff at Hull-based Bio-D, the UK’s biggest independent producer of eco-friendly home cleaning products, have returned from a visit to Shanghai as the firm’s overseas sales continue to grow.
The company has recorded a 30 per cent increase across all international markets in the past six months.
Managing director Lloyd Atkin and key account manager Emily Gallagher visited distributors TCOAI Trading, who are based in China’s largest city and have imported Bio-D products for three years.
The trip enabled the firm to explore further opportunities for growth in the Chinese market: Bio-D’s exports to China have risen by a third in the past year as the country has embraced a trend for greener lifestyles.
Bio-D is now sold across five Chinese provinces, including in the country’s biggest department stores.”

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Previous hoodlum now makes ecofriendly cleaning items News

“Cape Town u2013 “My biggest fear was that members of other gangs would come during the night and wipe out my family. There is nothing so petrifying.”
That’s what entrepreneur Khululekani Nyobole, 27, says about his days as a gangster in Cape Town.
He told Netwerk24 that his life had changed radically since then and that he had started his own business, Nurturer, in 2016. Nurturer makes affordable, environmentally friendly cleaning products. The products went on sale in February.
Nyobole, who grew up in Khayelitsha, said he’d been very aggressive from an early age.
“It all started when I was nine. My sister and I got into a scrap and I wanted to stab her. I was very aggressive toward my family. My parents felt it was getting out of hand and sent me to the Eastern Cape for a year to change my behaviour.””

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Previous hoodlum now makes ecofriendly cleaning items News

“Cape Town u2013 “My biggest fear was that members of other gangs would come during the night and wipe out my family. There is nothing so petrifying.”
That’s what entrepreneur Khululekani Nyobole, 27, says about his days as a gangster in Cape Town.
He told Netwerk24 that his life had changed radically since then and that he had started his own business, Nurturer, in 2016. Nurturer makes affordable, environmentally friendly cleaning products. The products went on sale in February.
Nyobole, who grew up in Khayelitsha, said he’d been very aggressive from an early age.
“It all started when I was nine. My sister and I got into a scrap and I wanted to stab her. I was very aggressive toward my family. My parents felt it was getting out of hand and sent me to the Eastern Cape for a year to change my behaviour.””

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