ReAgent Is Now A Royal Society of Chemistry EnterprisePlus Member

Jessica Clifton

by Jessica Clifton

20th March 2019

We are delighted to announce that ReAgent is now an EnterprisePlus member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).

What Is The Royal Society of Chemistry?

The RSC is a not-for-profit organisation with over 50,000 members. Started 175 years ago, the RSC continues to invest in educating young (and not so young!) scientists. They partner with businesses, industry, the government and academia, bringing people together over a shared passion and interest in science, and driving innovation and advancement.

What Is EnterprisePlus?

The RSC is the authority for the chemical industry in the UK, and as such they believe that our industry can solve some of the world’s biggest challenges, such as climate change and disease prevention.

Within the chemical industry there are more than 2,500 small and medium enterprises, and these SMEs alone make up 97% of the industry and employ 40% of its chemists.

That’s why the RSC formed EnterprisePlus, a scheme for SMEs in the chemical industry like ReAgent.

ReAgent is now an RSC Enterprise Plus member

ReAgent has certification of being a Royal Society of Chemistry Enterprise Plus member

Benefits Of EnterprisePlus Membership

The RSC is a prestigious organisation, and EnterprisePlus helps us to:

  • Promote our business
  • Recruit the right people
  • Expand our network
  • Train our staff
  • Keep up to date with industry news
  • Attend relevant events
  • Build on our growth

At ReAgent, we’re delighted to be EnterprisePlus members.

Alongside this we’re also proud to hold quality accreditations such as Investors in People, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, giving our customers peace of mind and confidence in our high quality standards.

If you have any chemical service requirements, please get in touch with our friendly team.


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