PlumbProud reached a wide audience when its director, Sam, was interviewed on BBC radio.
Sam spoke about the plumbing franchise’s success over the past 12 months, and its ability to thrive at an economically challenging time.
A representative from PlumbProud said,
“We are delighted to be recognised for all of our achievements, even throughout the pandemic business has been flourishing - which we are really grateful for.”
"It's exciting - it's been a busy year for us but a rewarding one."
Despite the challenges of the past year, PlumbProud has been able to continue trading and has even celebrated significant achievements. Just a month ago, it announced it would move into a new head office in the centre of Northampton to reflect its growing network.
In Northampton alone, it’s been able to create 20 new jobs, and has been named one of the top three plumbing companies. In fact, the branch celebrated a sales boom in January, when it generated £200,000 in just one month.
And, in the past eight months, PlumbProud has established new franchise units in Dunstable and Luton, Oxford, Ipswich, East London and Solihull.
PlumbProud has been able to continue achieving business growth throughout the pandemic thanks to its focus on local projects. Over the past 12 months, many small companies have delivered a quick and convenient service for customers, while bigger firms have struggled. Individual franchisees have been able to respond rapidly to emergencies, which has helped them through difficult periods.
PlumbProud is set to continue its UK expansion, and is looking for savvy entrepreneurs who want to set up a plumbing business in their local area. To find out more about how you can join the brand, head to its profile page, linked above.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©