From Olympic silver to Devon business gold

Nigel Gooding
Authored by Nigel Gooding
Posted Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - 10:04am

Four years ago she was preparing to help Sidmouth based Mary King win Olympic Team Silver, this week Emma Moore has become one of Devon’s youngest managing directors.

Emma, 24 takes over the reins of Exeter and South Devon based CleanEco, just 4 years after being part of the team of grooms that won Olympic silverware. 

Emma’s route to taking the reins of her own company was unique.  Emma who was part of Team GB Equestrian team in 2012-joined Exeter based Fifth Consultancy and CleanEco last year.

CleanEco is a Devon based Cleaning Company, which was formed in 2000 and prides itself in providing ethical, environmental professional cleaning and support services to both commercial and domestic customers.

Cleaneco’s owner Nigel Gooding said today “Emma joined us on a fast track programme of training and coaching and I am really pleased that Emma has the developed the skills, confidence and enthusiasm to take over CleanEco as Managing Director.  It is clear that her professional sports background has engendered an amazing work ethic and focus to succeed.”

Emma speaking today said “I am really pleased and excited to be able to step up to the role of Managing Director after joining Nigel’s setup last autumn.  The coaching and support I have received has been outstanding and I am looking forward to developing CleanEco into the South West’s leading Cleaning and Support Services companies.  I am really looking forward to working together with our excellent hard working team, so we can continue to make CleanEco a name to be proud of” 

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