Clean & Pure wins E-Commerce category in Export Awards
7 October 2021
Clean & Pure wins prestigious E-Commerce category in the Western Australia Export Awards
Clean & Pure, manufacturer and retailer of Australia’s most trusted natural skincare, is proud to announce that we have been named winner in the E-Commerce Award for our significant contributions to the State and national economies at the 2021 Western Australia Export Awards held last night at Government House.
This year's Western Australian Export Awards recognised the extraordinary impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on local businesses and their ability to continue trading.
In a ceremony held at Government House, Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston presented the E-Commerce Award to Mark Chapman, Chief Executive of Clean & Pure.
Mr Chapman said “although we have faced unprecedented uncertainty during the last 18 months, one thing remains consistent – and that’s the global demand for Australian made natural skincare products. During times where we have tragically seen many companies close its doors due to the pandemic, we at Clean & Pure have tripled our production capabilities and through our United States distribution with Amazon, we have been featured in major media outlets including Good Morning America, People and Men’s Health Magazine where our Peppermint Lip Balm beat hundreds of contenders to win Best Lip Balm in their annual Grooming Awards.
This award signifies the recognition of the hard work and dedication from our employees, and our customers world-wide, who have trusted us to provide the highest quality, Australian made natural skincare. We look forward to representing Western Australia next month at the national export awards.”
Clean & Pure will have the opportunity to represent Western Australia at Austrade's Australian Export Awards, which will be held on November 25, 2021.
"All the 2021 winners are examples of the strength shown by Western Australian exporters during these unprecedented times” said State Development, Jobs and Trade Minister Roger Cook.
You can read the media release from the Government of Western Australia here.