Rosemary Glen doubles sales

Contract cleaning entrepreneur Graham Coulston-Herrmann has almost doubled his company’s turnover in two years.

The owner of Preston-based Rosemary Glen, along with its subsidiaries Enviro Group and Dublcheck, has seen annual sales rise from £250,000 to £480,000.

Graham established his business in 2012 as a contract cleaning enterprise and later took on additional specialist cleaning work.

In 2015, Graham began trading under the Enviro Group brand, cleaning kitchen extraction systems, ventilation hygiene equipment and carrying out kitchen deep cleaning. The group currently employs 55 staff.

The bumper sales have been helped in part by mentoring through Boost, Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub. The programme involved Community and Business Partners matching Graham with seasoned business mentor Carl Bradshaw.

Graham said: “I received a lot of very good advice from Carl that enabled us to better structure the business and drive growth. I have no doubt that his advice was a significant factor in us getting to where we are today.

“The support allowed me to look objectively at the business, which has allowed us to grow and create more jobs. At the same time, we were able to dispose of the less profitable parts of the business and concentrate on the more successful areas. I looked forward to my regular meetings with Carl as I always came away feeling energised and with new ideas to put into action.”

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