Wed. May 22nd, 2024

Leading commercial cleaning company Mrs Buckét has made a series of high-level appointments as it continues its rapid growth within the cleaning and facilities management industry.

The Swansea-headquartered business has appointed several new senior team members in recent months, including: Glenn Day as Growth Manager, Michael Owen, Jane Boyle and Jonathan Pike as Area Managers, Jon Roberts as Division One Operations Manager, and Robert Ford as Talent Advisor.

All new hires join with significant industry experience and will play a crucial role in achieving the company’s ambitious growth plans. Mrs Buckét was founded by Rachael Flanagan, then just 18, in 2005, and has since grown to employ over 360 staff, with a turnover of £7.5 million. The firm aims to surpass the £10.5 million mark by the end of 2024, while also adding an additional 120 employees, bringing the total workforce to 480.

In response to recent major client acquisitions, Mrs Buckét has also strategically restructured its divisions, as well as creating a brand-new schools division, reflecting its substantial growth in the education sector.

 

Rachael Flanagan, CEO and Founder, Mrs Buckét, said: “The calibre and experience of these recent new appointments has allowed us to significantly bolster our senior team, and they are already proving to be incredibly valuable to the business and our clients.

“These key new team members will also play a major role in leading our new divisional initiatives. By realigning our divisions, it’s really allowed us to focus on local markets and work smarter, strengthening our core service pillars, ultimately enhancing the experience for our clients.

“Mrs Buckét has been my absolute passion for half of my life now, and I’m really excited about the future and the growth that is still to come.”

 

Mrs Buckét is a high-quality commercial cleaning and facilities management company. Established by Rachael Flanagan in 2005 when she was just 18, the business has grown to have over 360 employees operating across south Wales and south west England.

By Editor