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Season’s Greetings from everyone at GET Solutions

Season’s Greetings from GET Solutions


We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers, suppliers and partners for your continued support over the past 12 months, and to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

With all the political and economic changes happening around the globe, impacting financial markets both favourably and detrimentally, 2016 has certainly been a challenge!

These influences look set to continue during 2017 and this makes our unique cost reduction programmes all the more relevant. Our services are free to clients, so it makes perfect sense to ensure you have the best packages in place to mitigate the impact of market fluctuations upon your business.

We’ve added some fantastic cost saving services and technologies to our portfolio which include:

• Telecoms
• Insurance
• Residential Energy Switching Site.

Also, with just over 4 months to go until deregulation of the water market, now really is the time for businesses to prepare. We’ll provide a FREE water audit to identify incorrect charges and retrospective overpayments of up to 6 years. We can recover any overcharges on your behalf. A recent school project achieved a £2,000 rebate and an annual saving of over £7,000 per year.

We can also provide recommendations ahead of April 2017 when all businesses will have the opportunity to switch water provider and potentially realise a saving on their bills.

With offices now operating in Scotland, Ireland, Australia and Asia, we’re enjoying global as well as national growth. We are looking forward to an exciting 2017 together with you, our valued customers and partners.

Alan Dodd
CEO GET Solutions

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