Let’s shake hands

Let’s shake hands

We’re sending our CEO out on the road! The Utilitywise Customer Roadshow is heading your way and we want you to get involved.

In 2017 we’re aiming to meet hundreds of our customers face-to-face

Here at Utilitywise, we’re on a mission to help our customers build even better businesses by being smarter with energy and water.

To do that, we need your help.

We want to know what makes your business so successful, what gets you up in the morning, and what keeps you up at night. That way we can keep designing, developing and building the kind of services that will help your business level up (and help you get a better night’s sleep).

We’ve helped you make some critical business decisions, and we’ve usually done it over the telephone or via the internet.

But wouldn’t it be great to shake hands?

We’re sending our CEO Brendan Flattery and his team out on the road. He’ll be asking questions and getting to know your business, boss to boss. (Or you can send a representative – it’s entirely up to you.)

Even more importantly, you’ll be able to ask him questions about Utilitywise as well. You’ll be able to make suggestions about our services, explain what we’re doing well, and tell him what we can do better.

You can even ask him for advice about your business. You can find out more about Brendan and his experience over on LinkedIn – just click here.

How to get involved

We’re still firming up the details on our first customer roadshow (expect more information next week), but you can still register your interest with us if you’d like to attend.

Just email Jordon at jordon@utilitywise.com with your name and contact details, and we’ll keep you up to date on where Brendan and his team will be heading next.

We hope to see you soon!

Utilitywise

Posted by on Friday, the 13. January at 16.40

Utilitywise has been helping businesses manage their business utilities since 2006. With over 40,000 customers across Europe, we help businesses save time, save effort and save money by reducing their energy and water consumption.