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Andy Butler, CEO, SWRnewstar included in LDC Ambitious Business Leaders list

We’re delighted that Andy Butler, CEO, SWRnewstar has been included in the LDC list of Ambitious Business Leaders, highlighting the inspiring people running the UK’s most successful medium size businesses.

 

The initiative showcases some of the UK’s best and boldest companies and is all about backing business leaders with a vision. In collaboration with The Telegraph the list has been compiled from over 400 entries including all sectors, from every corner of the UK.

 

"The stories we uncover not only remind us all of the scale of ambition and endeavour that this country has to offer, it should also inspire other entrepreneurs, and help them to pursue their dreams."

Rebecca Burn-Callander, an Editor and Judge for The LDC Top 50 Most Ambitious Business Leaders and former Enterprise Editor for the Telegraph.

 

The judges said:

“The astronomical rise of Specialist Waste Recycling is all down to customer service. For Andy, a laser focus on building and maintaining relationships with customers and suppliers is the reason why he is the partner of choice for so many. The proof that it’s working is evidenced in the financials, which have seen stellar growth in recent years.” Jonathan Caswell, LDC

 

Check out the tales of resilience, grit and chutzpah here: https://www.ldc.co.uk/ldc-top-50

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“The astronomical rise of Specialist Waste Recycling is all down to customer service. For Andy, a laser focus on building and maintaining relationships with customers and suppliers is the reason why he is the partner of choice for so many. The proof that it’s working is evidenced in the financials, which have seen stellar growth in recent years.” Jonathan Caswell, LDC
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