(L-R) Mark Wilson, Justin Woodward, Martin Ellis, Brice Maitre, Andrew Baldwin, Peter Baker & Ben Schibeci.
Brice Maitre bought his Kwik Kerb Business to operate in his home country of New Caledonia. He already runs his own business and decided to add Kwik Kerb to expand his operations. Brice has a brother who owns a Kwik Kerb business in France. Whilst Brice was visiting his Brother he saw the Kwik Kerb System in action and immediately realised the potential for the product in his own market.
Gaven Mumberson from England recently trained to become a Kwik Kerb Business and is now trading as Kwik Kerb South. Gaven is originally from South Africa and lived in the Middle East for quite some time before settling with his wife Yan in the UK very recently. He loves the Kwik Kerb business and has now confirmed a second Kwik Kerb system for the north. Gaven is a forward thinking gentleman and will be a great addition to the family.
As we move into the so called quieter months of the outdoor business year, I have great news. New Kwik Kerb Operators Greg and Clare Sykora better known as Kwik Kerb South West, have been very busy attending on site quotations from qualified leads we have passed on to them from our very informative website www.kwikkerb.uk.net as well as regional advertisements with pictures and editorial we’ve done on their behalf.
They have now received confirmation that in one week alone, they secured over £5000 of work which they are working on as we speak. Greg and Clare are extremely happy and are continuing to work with myself and Robert Holt (Kwik Kerb UK Business Development Manager) to make sure that plenty more weeks like this are ahead of them.
Over in Northern Ireland, Alister Bradford aka Mourne Kwik Kerb has been busy confirming more business from end users that contacted us through the Kwik Kerb website asking for an on site quotation. We are pleased to announce that Alister is also very busy with confirmed work including a primary school job that consists of 145 metres worth almost £3000 to Alister and his sons who together run the business. After chatting to Alister on Saturday he explained to me that he had just finished a job which he was extremely satisfied with and now both of the neighbours have asked Alister for an on site quotation. How to achieve this type of referral is just one technique that Robert shows Operators, and it is an example of how easy it is to get jobs.
We have a unique product and business opportunity in the UK Market and we are moving ahead in leaps and bounds. We are looking forward to our next training week with new Kwik Kerb Operators in early November.
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK KWIK KERB OPERATORS