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LOVE ENERGY SAVINGS ROCKETS INTO TOP 30 OF UK’S FASTEST-GROWING TECHNOLOGY BUSINESSES

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Award-winning Love Energy Savings, one of Britain’s biggest business energy comparison and switching services, is celebrating another big win – after shooting into the top 30 of the closely-watched Tech Track 100 list.

The Bolton-based company rocketed from 99th place last year to 30th this year, officially recognising it as one of the fastest-growing technology businesses in the UK. Representatives of the company will now be invited to a glittering awards ceremony in London next month.

The highly-respected league table, which is closely tracked by senior business leaders and other national figures, shows the ‘movers and shakers’ among Britain’s best technology businesses.

Managing Director Phil Foster said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to have joined the ranks of the top 30 companies in the Tech Track 100.  It’s a remarkable achievement and many congratulations goes to each and every member of our team, who have worked so hard to make this happen. It’s a brilliant business, with brilliant staff. It is a real team effort and it’s all down to the hard-work, dedication and enthusiasm of our workforce, which I truly believe is second to none. I am so proud of everyone.

“Our success has been founded on building trust and transparency with customers and a clear commitment to excellent customer service driving growth and it is great that this is once again being recognised. We have a lively and fast-paced working environment and a management team that like to make the most of every opportunity. We pride ourselves as an organisation that is open to new ideas and suggestions; every employee has a voice to be heard.”

It marks a remarkable year of growth and success for the fast-moving business.  Only last month Love Energy Savings was shortlisted for a top national award in the highly sought after Customer Experience Awards 2017 – ranking it alongside some of the biggest businesses in the UK, such as Virgin, Direct Line and Barclays.  It was yet more recognition for the relentless enthusiasm and devotion that Love Energy Savings has for focusing on customer needs and placing them at the heart of the business.

Earlier this year the business clinched the top award, the hotly-contested ‘Super Consultancy of the Year’ title, at The Energy Live Consultancy Awards (TELCAs), the Oscars of the industry.

Since it was formed in 2007, Love Energy Savings has grown to become the most trusted business energy price comparison specialist in the UK, with thousands of customers rating their service five-stars on Trustpilot.  During that time, the company has switched over 136,000 meters, saving customers more than £72 million on their electricity and gas bills. It now employs over 200 people. With its vast knowledge of the energy market, 86 per cent of its customers continue to use Love Energy Savings service year after year.

As part of its successful growth strategy, the company continues to target additional markets and has just launched a new corporate division, supporting larger energy users to build on its existing SME customer base.

Phil Foster explained: “In recent years we’ve successfully identified untapped markets in order to accelerate growth and, as a result, have launched several technological platforms, which have disrupted multiple markets and won prestigious awards. Being in the top 30 of the Tech Track 100 means a great deal to all of the team at Love Energy Savings. Every employee places the customer at the heart of our business and it’s fantastic to be recognised amongst some of the fastest-growing technology businesses in the country.

“At Love Energy Savings customer service and commitment to UK businesses has been the driving force behind our brand. Our mission is to provide customers with the best possible service, helping them to easily save money and time when it comes to switching their business energy bills.”