24 July 2019

Dealey named Future50 company

The future looks bright for fumigation specialists and BPCA members, Dealey Environmental, following the company’s inclusion in East Anglia’s Future50 programme this year.

Dealey Future 50 news image

A list of businesses handpicked from across Norfolk and Suffolk, Future50 shines a light on the most innovative and impactful companies in the region.

These ‘ones to watch’ are selected by a panel of professionals from a variety of sectors, and are chosen for having the potential to have a positive impact on the local economy over the next three years.

Martin Cobbald, Managing Director at Dealey Environmental, believes that the company’s recent prosperity helped cement its place on the roster. He said:

“We hit upon some pretty strong growth recently and have good figures to back it up, which the judging panel was quite impressed with.

“It was a rigorous process, so we were really pleased to be chosen for the Future50 list.”

Presenting at the last BPCA Regional Forum, Martin talked about the return of fumigant hydrogen cyanide to the UK, which came exclusively to Dealey and has helped improve business opportunities for the fumigation specialists.

“We’ve recently started making international partnerships to work on aeroplanes and food sites, like the Nutella factory in the Czech Republic,” says Martin. “It’s work that no other business from the UK can currently do, so we’ve cornered that and we’re really enjoying it.”

Dealey's international partnerships include the Nutella factory in the Czech republic

As part of the Future50 cohort, Dealey will have access to improved networking opportunities and peer support, something Martin believes will be hugely beneficial.

“It’s inspiring to be around so many businesses and people who are having a really good run of business growth, having taken risks to get here and the willingness to share their knowledge,” says Martin.

“It’s genuinely lovely to talk to these people because doing business is all about making positive connections. It’s a constructive, holistic environment and we’re proud that Dealey can be a part of that.”

You can find out more about Future50 on the Eastern Daily Press website.

Source: Online

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