In a study by the german Institute for Management and Economic Research (IMWF), Deutschland Test and Focus, Reclay was awarded in the category “Germany’s Best – Sustainability”. For the survey, online news portals and social media channels were evaluated on previously defined search terms. The survey examined which companies and brands were mentioned, how often, and which tonality (positive, neutral, negative) the mention had. The respective industry winner was then awarded 100 points in a subsequent point scale from 0 to 100 and thereby set the benchmark for all other surveyed companies in the same industry.
Reclay Group among the Top 7 Business Consultants in Germany
Reclay was ranked 7th place in the “Business Consultants” sector with a score of 82. “Having already been voted trendsetter of the year in the field of business consultancy last year, this renewed award is further confirmation and recognition of our innovative performance in the environment of the (inter)national circular economy”, Reclay founder and managing director Raffael A. Fruscio is pleased to say. “It was a little over a year ago that we outsourced our consulting services and founded RecycleMe as an independent consultancy. The fact that we have already received our second honor for this consulting service during the first year makes us very proud. Whether the associated publication in the Focus magazine mentions Reclay or RecycleMe as the company name is irrelevant to us – we see it as an extremely positive sign for the direction and commitment of our entire group of companies.”
Fruscio is additionally convinced that the ranking of the Reclay Group can also be seen as a positive sign for the value of the circular economy industry in german society. When a company, that has its origins in environmental management and recycling solutions, is listed in a category with major consultants such as Roland Berger, Accenture or Boston Consulting, it must be emblematic of the increasing importance of the circular economy in the public perception. “And it is precisely this public perception that our industry needs. The circular economy can only function together – legislators, industry and consumers must work together if we seriously want to tackle challenges such as resource scarcity and environmental pollution. We will continue to contribute our part and provide our expertise and know-how to make the right solutions available.”