UK mailing house, Washington Direct Mail, have announced their best year yet. MD, Lynn Beasley, enthused, “It has been an amazing year for us. We’ve been averaging four to five new customers a month, which is a staggering increase in growth for us as a family business. With the addition of a new major retail client worth £150,000, and another new financial services client worth in excess of £200,000, we never imagined how busy it would be, or that we would need more staff.”
Positively, The growing firm is looking to expanding their team after the renewal of a huge charity event organiser contract, and the arrival of a high-end retail furnishing client to their books. They have also been running tests for several large financial clients, which have ended up being hugely successful.
"It has been an amazing year for us. Weve been averaging four to five new customers a month"
They've recently joined the British Printing Industries Federation and are looking to achieve their ISO27001 in January, enabling them to take on even more clients. Lynn added, “After the success of 2017, we are aiming to beat our new records in 2018 and continue to work with our clients, and gain some new faces. We’ve had such a fantastic year in 2017, and we are putting the work in to ensure it carries on. I’m so proud of what the team has achieved, and we can’t wait to welcome more people to the Washington Direct Mail family.”
On top of their direct mail success, the North East company is launching a new website to cater for demand. Set to be launched early January, the website will showcase their range of services, team and even provide tips on planning direct mail for your business.
Lynn finished, “We’re very excited about the new phase in our business, and the launch of our new website is just the beginning. We’ve grown so much from when we originally started, and we’re continuing to look onwards and upwards. Watch this space!”
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