Ecocleen aims to achieve total revenue of £17 million by the end of 2020
Ecocleen is on track to achieve record 29.6 per cent growth this year, with the contract cleaning specialist aiming to achieve total revenue of £17 million by the end of 2020.
At the end of 2019, Ecocleen acquired Regency Cleaning Services in order to increase its presence within key sectors and expand its nationwide franchise network with seven new territories.
Michael Currie, the company’s Thames Valley regional director, has also recently invested further in the region, with the aim of boosting its presence in the area, specifically in the education sector.
Ecocleen says it successfully navigated the COVID-19 pandemic by offering specialised and adapted services to its clients, taking a consultative approach to ensure customers had peace of mind that every necessary precaution had been taken to ensure their safety.
Jean-Henri Beukes, managing director of Ecocleen, says: “The coronavirus pandemic has not come without its challenges, but as a company we’ve used it as an opportunity to adapt and ensure we’re providing our customers with a service that meets their changing needs.
“This time has taught us that looking after our people and customers will build a robust business that can withstand any uncertainty.
“Our franchise growth, territory expansion and investment from HSBC is testament to our business and we’re primed to lead the way as we move into our new normal.”