Atkins Gregory wishes its customers a happy Christmas

It’s a busy time of year for us all, particularly in an industry that operates 24/7 all year round. Whilst we schedule our contract cleans around our customers and their seasonal requirements, we remain on standby for those emergency cleans throughout the festive period. But for the majority of us, Christmas is an opportunity for us to take a few days off and spend time with our nearest and dearest; a chance to reflect on the past year, be thankful for our successes and learn from our failures. The New Year sweeps in with the promise of fresh starts, brighter futures and personal growth.

Here at Atkins Gregory, we have had another very successful year of business growth, and we were thrilled to be recognised for excellence in the 2018 cleaning industry Golden Service Awards. Atkins Gregory Managing Director, Simon Biggs, says: “We were shortlisted as a finalist in the 2018 Kimberly-Clark Professional Golden Service Awards for our delivery in the cleanroom environment at Xaar, Huntingdon, and we have since secured an additional contract with the company. The past twelve months have brought a number of new clients on board for Atkins Gregory, which is fantastic but growing as a business is not just about winning new contracts, it’s about improving delivery to hold on to existing customers, embracing new initiatives, recognising and rewarding loyalty and commitment to Atkins Gregory, and supporting our local community.”

It’s not been all work and no play at Atkins Gregory this year, though. The company sponsored Buckfest Music Festival and continued to raise money for Atkins Gregory’s corporate charity of the year, the Arthur Rank Hospice. This charity supports people in Cambridgeshire who are living with life-limiting illness and those who need end-of-life care. Fund-raising events included father and daughter team, Atkins Gregory’s Managing Director Simon Biggs and Marketing Executive Lois Biggs taking on the Bubble Rush 5k charity challenge at Huntingdon’s Riverside Park. Simon says: “We had great fun running through the foam, and I’m proud to say we completed the 5k course in 37 minutes. We were particularly delighted to raise £585 for the hospice.”

2018 has been a very successful year for Atkins Gregory, on many levels, and we plan to continue that success and company growth into 2019 and beyond.

The entire Atkins Gregory team wishes you a very Merry Christmas and good health, wealth and happiness in 2019.