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15 May 2019

Abate Pest Management named a Future50 company

BPCA member company Abate Pest Management has announced that they have been named a Future50 Company.

Future50 is a business growth programme that's designed to recognise Norfolk and Suffolk's most innovative companies.

Future50 Adbate Pest Management

Jon Blake of Abate said:

“We are really pleased to have been selected as a member of the 2019 Future50 programme.

"This is a great recognition for all the hard work that has been taking place at Abate. We have some fantastic growth opportunities within the East Anglian region and our franchise development plans are accelerating for new area operations.

"2019 has been a great year so far with the award of the small company for the year at the British Pest Management Awards together with our European CEPA standard.

"Our contract portfolio continues to increase with a couple of notable signings with a science research centre and a commercial bakery.

"As the warm weather starts to arrive, we will see an increase in our domestic callouts, which we are preparing for with the addition of two new service technicians.”

Future50 aims to find the region's 'ones to watch' and to accelerate growth ambitions through inspirational keynote events that stimulate peer learning, collaborative discussion groups, exposure in local media brands and business support from the key partners and their network.

Future50 is delivered across Norfolk and Suffolk by Archant, with partners Barclays, Birketts, Lovewell Blake, New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership and UEA adding ongoing support throughout.

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