Love Energy Savings launches recruitment drive

Founded back in 2007, LES, or to give it its full title Love Energy Savings, is one of the leading UK online business energy comparison sites and is about to undergo radical changes for the better. Since they underwent their re-branding during January 2012, and are now running a recruitment drive for 2014, which they expect to be a bumper year.

Love Energy Savings are certainly setting the standard as far as finding the best prices for gas and electricity for businesses. There are now a number of similar websites desperately trying to achieve the same success, but not one of them can match the volume of business energy data which LES have been collating since 2007.

“There’s no one quite like us. There are a lot of websites already on the market targeting business energy customers. These sites do not provide the best value for money, simply because they don’t have the data nor relationships with the main suppliers such as we do at Love Energy”, says Phil Foster, Managing Director.

“We’ve helped more than 30,000 UK SME’s get better prices on their gas and electricity for 6 years. It is our mission to give UK SMEs further opportunity to save money as much as we possibly can. Because we know what we’re doing and understand the market, we provide the best energy prices for the whole market – none of this form-filling and receiving a ‘call-back’, our systems are all integrated online.”

Coming to the end of the year and into 2014 brings the cold weather and already gas and electricity prices, while stable for consumers, have been rising slowly for businesses. However, the industry expects more price hiking to take place right before Winter. Love Energy Savings want SMEs to alleviate their financial constraints by savings a percentage of their costs over the next 12 months.

LES’ website has recently improved and updated, and with more information about industry changes and social network sharing, and the new recruitment drive, Love Energy Savings expects 2014 to be the year it helps SME’s bounce back from the laboriously slow economic recovery.