Posted: 10th July 2017
After moving to new premises at Landau Trading and Enterprise Centre last year, Westbury Ironing Company has gained a reputation for outstanding personal service, reliability, and professionalism.
2017 has seen Westbury Ironing become increasingly successful, shown by the company now boasting seven staff, and it now enters an exciting period under the leadership of Diane Brassington. And whilst establishing her own successful business, Diane is also keen to help out other North Staffordshire businesses, too, with an idea that offers perks to company staff at no extra cost to that company.
“Yes, we feel it is important that as a company that is proud to be situated in North Staffordshire to try to benefit other local companies where we can”, Diane states, before adding “and we fully understand the need for companies to recognise the value of the work that their employees do. That is why we are offering businesses in North Staffordshire with more than five staff a very personalised, quality package based on our outstanding ironing service”.
And local business owners will be hard pressed not to contact Diane about her company’s new business service, which includes:
And what’s even better, is that there is currently a 10% discount for this service too, and as Diane adds
“it’s a great way to offer your staff an extra reward, it won’t cost your business a penny, and just think of having happier staff who don’t have to worry about doing the ironing when they get home!”
Diane Brassington oversees Westbury Ironing offering a 21st Century, forward thinking service based on what many see as old-fashioned values: always putting the customer and client first: “Yes, whilst many say they go the extra mile, we actually really do”, she comments. But doesn’t everyone say that?
Probably. But do others have Westbury Ironing’s track record and reputation for providing a quality, professional, affordable service? And do they have the company’s ethical, inclusive commitment to the local community, too? For example, the company are looking to register as a Community Interest Company to add independent life and workskills, and work placement opportunities to adults with learning difficulties, physical disabilities and autism -as well as able bodied and neuro typical people.
At such an exciting and successful time for Westbury Ironing, it’s also reassuring to know that they continue to be loyal and committed to the local community, and with thei rexciting new initiative, the local business community, too. A commendable focus that will hopefully see the company continue to grow.
Any old iron? Not anymore!