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Innovation meets Innovation

HalalSanipost a leading marketing platform has entered into a strategic partnership with a leading UK halal certification body, All Things Halal to provide innovative direct access marketing to companies entering the halal market.

The halal market is valued at over £3 billion pounds in the United Kingdom alone and is one of the fastest growth sectors in Europe.  From niche to mainstream the halal market is gaining the attention of leading brands looking to maximise the economic opportunity of halal including Unilever, Nestle, Subway, ASDA, etc:

As a company interested in entering the halal market you may have many questions:

  1. How do you produce halal-compliant products?
  2. How do you maximise the halal opportunity for your business?
  3. How do you effectively promote your halal products to halal consumers?

Sanipost in partnership with All Things Halal provides the solution.  All Things Halal are installing Sanipost units into all the major Muslim religious institutions frequented by halal consumers in the United Kingdom.  Alcohol free hand sanitation in accordance with halal requirements combined with direct access marketing to halal consumers will ensure your product and company has the competitive edge in the growing halal market.

Ikram Patel (Managing Director of All Things Halal) said: "For those consumers wishes to adopt a halal lifestyle the importance of cleansiness cannot be over empahsised.  Hand sanitation was problematic due to the presence of alcohol within the many sanitisers.  The advanced alcohol-free Halo formulation provided peace of mind to the Muslim community attending religious institutions that they can safely fulfil their religious requirements without being concerned with alcohol contamination.

Our partnership with Sanipost allows halal consumers and companies producing halal products to communicate their brands and products in the most direct and accessible manner with the halal market.  Religious institituions such as mosques are frequented by halal consumers at least 5 times a day providing unparalled opprtunities for All Things Halal certified producers of halal consumables to effectively market to the halal consumer by directly advertising on installed Sanipost units."

Dragons Den Firm Teams Up With SaniPost

Dragons DenParagon PE Ltd, the firm that twice turned down investment from Dragons Den's James Caan have teamed up with Health Media Ltd to take SaniPost to the next level. Paragon's MD Paul Ward said "Health Media Ltd have something great in the SaniPost Machine.

With the Government swinging the axe on funding for the NHS, the SaniPost is a Godsend to Hospitals up & down the UK. As a Godsend it is only natural we should introduce our Halo Hand Sanitising Mousse to the SaniPost to give users the best possible product to sanitise with. Health Media provide the NHS with a FREE service for sanitising hand's for Staff, Patients & Visitors, which is vital for Infection Control levels in every Hospital.

The SaniPost machine is the future for hand sanitisation within Hospitals and Companies are invited to advertise their products & services on the SaniPost to open up their business to the very people who would use their services on a daily basis, again something which is vital to the NHS." To Advertise on the SaniPost or to enquire how to host a Sanipost please visit our 'Contact' page

Elaine Overton gives SaniPost the thumbs up

NHSElaine Overton, Senior Nurse for Infection Prevention and Control gives SaniPost the thumbs up.

Our Trust is continuing to lead the way in cleanliness by introducing ten hand sanitiser stations in all visitor areas at King’s Mill Hospital. 
Strategically located in the King’s Treatment Centre and on level 6 near the restaurants, SaniPost stations are free to use, automatic hand cleaning units for staff and public use.
Hands are simply placed into the unit, which contains a sensor operated device, and the unit dispenses the hand-cleaning foam automatically, with no need for buttons or levers. This lowers the risk of cross-infection as no surface needs to be touched.  Not only do the stations help fight the risk of infection, they help reduce costs and impact on the environment as they don’t require the use of water or electricity.  
Elaine Overton, Senior Nurse for Infection Prevention and Control at the Trust said: “These hand sanitiser stations will help us tackle infections head on. “We are committed to providing a hygienic, safe and healthy environment, so we can continue to provide the best care possible for our patients.”