Clean Slate

Bondholder Expansion for JJPR

Bondholder JJ Public Relations has been appointed by fellow Marketing Derby Bondholder Clean Slate to raise its profile across the Midlands and East Anglia.

JJPR is headed by Sarah Jenkin-Jones, a former Derby Telegraph journalist with more than 25 years’ experience in the PR industry.

Sarah said: “Clean Slate has a great story to tell as one of the Midlands’ largest family-owned commercial cleaning companies and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with them.”

Clean Slate Project Manager Clair Wood added: “With on-going expansion, the time is right to raise our profile amongst the business community in the Midlands, South Yorkshire and East Anglia. JJPR’s media contacts and high level of customer service made them the natural choice for this campaign.”

Clean Slate joins JJPR’s impressive client portfolio of businesses and organisations including Bondholders Derby College, HUUB, Derby Cathedral Quarter, Sinfonia Viva, Déda, G Wathall & Son and Lonsdale Swimming and Sports Trust.

Clean Slate's Expansion

Bondholder Clean Slate, one of the Midlands’s largest independent commercial cleaning companies, has expanded with the acquisition of Trojan Commercial Cleaning East Anglia.

Clean Slate has been operating in the region for 60 years and has more than 230 staff working at a range of customer sites across the region from GP surgeries and schools to offices and factories.

By coming together, we will now be able to offer a seamless service across the Midlands and East Anglia.
— Mike Armitage, Managing Director

Trojan is a family-owned company which has been established since 1985 – employing 90 people with contracts across East Anglia.

Mike Armitage, Clean Slate Managing Director, said: “Having grown organically in recent years, we have been looking at further expansion through acquisition for some time.

“We were however keen to find a company with a similar pedigree and ethos in an area that would widen our geographical customer base.

“Both Clean Slate and Trojan are family-owned and share a particular expertise in the healthcare and education sectors.'