A leading commercial cleaning company has appointed a new Operations Director to play a key part in its expansion drive. With over 40 per cent growth in 2021-22 alone, commercial and office cleaning company, Cleanology, has recruited South African-born Juliet Widdicombe to take on the important role.
Widdicombe has joined Cleanology – based in Clapham, South West London – from Bellrock Property and Facilities Management where she was Service Delivery Manager.
Dominic Ponniah, CEO of Cleanology, enthused: “We’re absolutely delighted that Juliet has joined the Cleanology family and we look forward to working with her as the company goes on its next growth journey this year and beyond.”
Widdicombe has previously worked in the hotel industry in London before a return to South Africa where she spent more than a decade honing her skills in cleaning and FM management. She has now relocated permanently to the UK.
Widdicombe said: “It is such a privilege to have the opportunity to be in a role which is able influence the way the industry is recognised. Cleaning operatives play a pivotal role in the experiences of our everyday lives and I am excited to be back in the thrusts of this robust industry.”
Established over 20 years ago, Cleanology provides professional office and commercial cleaning services, property maintenance and a wide range of support services across London and Manchester.
Its clients include blue-chip corporates, Royal palaces and some of the world’s most famous brands.
As a multi award-winning family business, it is now recognised as one of the most established companies in the industry, employing over 700 people.
With a constant focus on technology, innovation, quality, sustainability and social responsibility, Cleanology is proud to be a Living Wage Foundation accredited service provider, ISO:9001 accredited for quality and ISO:14001 accredited for environmental management, as well as members of the prominent Green Organisation promoting environmental