Beaver Pest Control News for September 2015 shows that we had an exciting month. We exhibited at the Take Away Innovation Expo in the Excel Centre in East London. David Lodge gave a presentation about Pest Control and was on a panel to answer questions. Julia and David ‘manned’ a stall and along with Kevin Higgins from the BPCA (British Pest Control Association) they managed to answer many questions about rats, mice, cockroaches, pigeons and all manor of pests. They met many people who either ran a single food retail outlet, groups of restaurants or were otherwise engaged in the food industry. There was great interest in using Beaver Pest Control and we have already started one pest control contract. Click here to see more about our services in the food sector.
Beaver Pest Control sponsored a charity event and raised over £1400 for St Raphael’s Hospice. We entered three teams for It’s a Knock Out and each member of staff had to pay their own entrance fee of £30. Therefore, as well as the Company continuing to take its Corporate Social Responsibilities seriously our staff are also doing their part to help as well and we really appreciate this. The whole event was a great success and we really appreciate the effort put in by David Pullinger to arrange this. Click Here for more information on how we have helped the community.
More Beaver Pest Control News September 2015
Welcome to Daniel Williams who started just two weeks ago and is currently undergoing his five weeks of initial training.
Congratulations to Adrian who will be a full time Surveyor from October for Beaver Pest Control South London.
Beaver Pest Control staff went paint balling as their summer outing. Wait a minute – Where are all the girls?
We have entered ourselves into the Wandsworth Council Business Awards Competition for Best Company under three sections; Commitment to the Community, Best Training and Development and Best Green Business. We have been selected to talk on these at the end of October and hopefully will win at least one award in December.
Turnover in our first six months has gone forward by 15.5%. Well done to all concerned.