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Aberdeen cleaning business adds to its team

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COMMERCIAL cleaning business Tidy Green Clean has added two new staff members to its team.

Jake Robertson joins as its first regional director in the specialist services division, while Michael Robertson has been named business development manager.

Andrew Alleway, Tidy Green Clean managing director, said: “It’s a pivotal time to bring in Jake and Michael to the business.

“We’ve been working closely and carefully with our clients to ensure that post-lockdown, their every hygiene and cleaning requirement is supported and managed properly.

“Jake’s in an ideal position to further those opportunities rapidly, while Michael is going to be strategically important in reaching more of the larger national contracts we are seeking.

“The second half of 2020 is already going much better than previously forecast and we are optimistic and focused about the next stage of our growth.”

 

 

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