Utilitywise and Footsteps Sales Solutions announce strategic energy partnership

Utilitywise and Footsteps Sales Solutions announce strategic energy partnership

Utilitywise and Footsteps Sales Solutions announced a strategic partnership to provide energy guidance, support and procurement to businesses throughout Ireland. We will collaborate to deliver an energy partnership focused on reducing utilities cost and improving efficiency. Utilitywise has over 40,000 customers across the UK and Europe, and has helped many…

Utilitywise and Footsteps Sales Solutions announced a strategic partnership to provide energy guidance, support and procurement to businesses throughout Ireland.

We will collaborate to deliver an energy partnership focused on reducing utilities cost and improving efficiency.

Utilitywise has over 40,000 customers across the UK and Europe, and has helped many businesses from local independents to household names to reduce their energy consumption and associated cost. Utilitywise are impartial, independent and transparent with a wealth of experience in the energy market.

The partnership is an ideal fit due to the high caliber service Footsteps Sales Solutions offers its clients. Footsteps Sales Solutions is a professional full service business solutions provider offering a complete range of services that include, Door to Door Sales, Business to Business Sales, Event Marketing, Digital & Social Media Marketing, Market Research, Flyer/Leaflet Design and Distribution, Vehicle leasing & Fleet management.

James Kelly, Footsteps Sales Solutions said:

“ Footsteps are excited to bring our customers a new service in energy management. Working together with Utilitywise, we are making saving our customers money a priority ”.

Curtis Broadbent, Utilitywise said:

“We here at Utilitywise are delighted to have such a dynamic partnership in place.  With the Irish market being one of the most expensive in Europe and the introduction of I-SEM fast approaching, Irish customers need a specialist service to offer impartial advice.”

Utilitywise

Posted by on Friday, the 23. February at 16.19