EndoTherm by Endo Enterprises (UK) Ltd are delighted to have won the Marks and Spencers Big Innovation Pitch Final which was hosted live at EcoBuild on Wednesday the 4th March 2015.


EndoTherm central heating additive big innovation pitch winner


The Pitch, a collaboration between M&S and EcoBuild is an initiative to unearth ‘a true sustainable innovation across the sustainable design, construction and energy sectors’. The initiative saw over 40 products operating in the UK market enter and 5 making the final.


EndoTherm Central Heating Additive wins M&S Big Innovation Pitch


The final saw the finalists pitch to Chris Marney (Head of Engineering and Energy Efficiency), 4 judges all experts in their fields and the EcoBuild audience. EndoTherm won favour from the judges because of its excellent marketing and simple application whilst also addressing a particular issue of Marks & Spencers which is its gas consumption.

Chris Marney, Head of Engineering and Energy Efficiency, Marks and Spencer, said:

“EndoTherm’s potential to improve M&S’s heating efficiency and drive down gas consumption won it for them today. We were extremely impressed with all the finalists and had a tough decision selecting just one winner. The M&S & Ecobuild Big Innovation Pitch has been a fantastic platform to witness innovations from small suppliers. This initiative has given M&S enhanced access to some great inventors.”

Dale Edginton, EndoTherm Product Manager said:

“We were delighted to be picked as a finalist of the Big Innovation Pitch at Ecobuild but to win is truly fantastic! I would like to thank Ecobuild for organising the event and we look forward to exploring the opportunity to work with M&S in the future.”

Finally, Endo Enterprises (UK) Ltd would also like to wish the best of luck in the future to our fellow finalists, Newlife Paints Ltd, Ritec International, Gatorduct Limited and Novah Ltd.