Businesswise Solutions has entered into a partnership with business law firm Turner Parkinson to help reduce their clients’ energy bills by significant five and six figure amounts.
With energy prices set to rise in the next 24 months, there is a very real potential that these could add up to 40% on a business’ total energy bill.
To help businesses manage this, Businesswise and Turner Parkinson have formed a strategic partnership to offer other existing clients a TP360 Energy and Environmental audit.
Oliver Connolly, Business Development Director at Turner Parkinson, said:
“We’re delighted to be working with Businesswise to help our clients save money and enjoy better energy management strategies going forward.
Recent multi-million pound deals:
East Coast Concepts –
• Restaurant group which boasts Neighbourhood and Village eateries
• Space planning software used by large supermarket chains
“We’ve introduced Businesswise to clients who we feel would benefit from their expertise and we are looking forward to seeing these clients enjoy some large monetary returns in the near future.
Given current economic uncertainties, being able to introduce such measures to our clients helps us cement our position as a true business partner that likes to help drive the commercial side of their businesses and not just the legal.”
Right from the outset we recognised that this was the perfect product and service solution for our clients under our TP360 programme; underpinning our clients’ growth strategies while providing additional business protection and cost reduction.”
Businesswise Solutions’ Managing Director Frazer Durris added:
“The energy sector is facing its biggest change in years, which will see significant third party energy cost increases entering the market.
This comprehensive audit gives businesses the opportunity to assess costs against live market conditions, review energy management policies, as well as gain guidance on related legislations and quality standards.”
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