Thursday June 30 2016

Love Energy Savings recognised as the Best SME to Work In

Bolton-based Love Energy Savings have been named as winners of the Best SME to Work In category at this years SME Awards. It is hoped that this accolade will aid local recruitment.

Love Energy Savings recognised as the Best SME to Work In

Bolton-based Love Energy Savings are officially the Best SME to Work In, after winning the national SME Awards category at a ceremony in London last Thursday.

The business energy price comparison specialists have been prioritising employee engagement over the last 12 months, tripling their workforce requiring them to move into their new, larger offices in April.

The pace of growth is showing no signs of slowing, and it is hoped that this accolade will aid the recruitment efforts the company are currently making.

Local recruitment is still a priority. By being recognised nationally as the Best SME to Work In, it will put Bolton on the map as a great place to work, standing strong beside the big names like AO.com and Warburton’s.

Love Energy Savings’ partner, Chester-based Businesscomparison.com, were also successful, winning the Best SME Website award, showing that the North-West really is flying the flag for small-business success.

Commenting on the win, Phil Foster MD of Love Energy Savings said;

“This award symbolises just how much time and effort we have been putting into employee engagement over the last 12 months. Growing at such a rapid rate, and taking on three times as many staff, can result in challenges for many businesses, but winning the Best SME to Work In category shows just how successful we have been.

“The happiness of our staff is a top priority at Love Energy Savings with us firmly believing that a happy workforce leads to greater customer satisfaction. We are incredibly excited for the next chapter in the Love Energy Savings story and we hope to recruit more talented employees to make that journey with us.”

Love Energy Savings received a £4.5million by NVM Private Equity last year which has helped the business achieve 65% organic growth 2015/16 with a £10million turnover forecast for 2017.


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