Celebrations are afoot after mobile phone accessories manufacturer, juice®, won two awards at last night’s annual Mobile News Awards, taking home the titles of ‘Best Accessory Manufacturer’ and ‘Best Environmental Sustainability Initiative’.
With a record number of entries for 2022, all winners were announced at the prestigious awards ceremony at the InterContinental Park Lane Hotel in London on 19th May 2022, where juice® beat a number of multi-national industry giants such as Belkin, ZAGG and Reboxed.
Now in its 27th year, the Mobile News Awards is the UK mobile channel’s biggest awards event judged by impartial, independent experts. Each of the 21 categories acknowledge the top performers in the UK mobile industry and have inspired the innovation and service that has marked the progress of the entire sector.
juice® founder and CEO, Jolyon Bennett, commented: “To have walked away from the Mobile News Awards 2022 with not only one accolade but two is a huge honour, especially considering the level of competition and the huge, multi-national brands that juice® was up against.
“We are humbled to count brands like Belkin and ZAGG as our competition and even more ecstatic that a growing independent UK business has brought home two trophies! The entire juice® team has worked tirelessly to make this possible and I couldn’t be prouder. We can’t wait to see what the rest of 2022 brings as we continue to roll out our ongoing sustainability initiative, as well as some other exciting projects. Watch this space!”
Originally launched as Gusto Telecom Solutions in 2010, the Oxfordshire based firm has had an exciting start to the year when it was named the number one brand for all charging cables in January 2022, selling four times more Lightning cables than Belkin and even out-performing tech giant Apple – according to a market data source.
After becoming the first mobile phone accessories manufacturer in the UK to remove all single-use plastic from its packaging in July 2020, juice® has now vowed that its entire range will be ‘virgin’ plastic-free by the end of 2022 in a bid to continue its mission to be kinder to planet Earth.