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The magazine for Aycliffe Business Park | 21 Cleaning firm going strong after period of impressive growth When it comes to hygiene, these Newton Aycliffe cleaners don’t mind getting their hands dirty. Diamond Commercial Cleaning has now been running from premises on Aycliffe Business Park for more than 11 years. The firm celebrated its 10th birthday towards the end of 2015 after growing from a modest team of 12 and a client base of six companies to having 80 clients. But turnover and employee numbers have grown again since then, with a further 12 staff being added to the ranks, including new regional account manager Stephanie Harker, who assists with the day-to-day running of the business. Diamond Commercial Cleaning services more than 100 businesses across the region, covering a range of industries from aviation, to manufacturing and engineering, to chemical and medical. Diamond Commercial Cleaning managing director Beverley Wardrope (left) with the firm’s new regional account manager Stephanie Harker. Diamond – which can handle all types of cleaning contracts of any size large or small, from offices to large shop floors – can also service major outdoor events. Managing director Beverley Wardrop said: “I think our success is down to the fact we’re local and we’re only a phone call away. “We’re always willing to bend over backwards and put the customer first to achieve high cleaning standards.” Wardrop launched Diamond Commercial Cleaning, based at Technology Court on Aycliffe Business Park, in October 2005. “We’ve earned ourselves an excellent reputation in commercial cleaning, from small offices up to large factories, building our business on customer service and high standards,” she added. “All our work is carried out to a high standard with quality and health and safety audits carried out on a regular basis, which is why most of our business comes through recommendations.” Contact Diamond Commercial Cleaning today on 01325 301000, by email to info@ dccne.co.uk or go to www.dccne.co.uk EXCLUSIVE OFFER! Market direct to 400+ businesses from just £68 Aycliffe Today Business is offering businesses the chance to market direct to more than 400 companies from just £68 with a new offer. We’ve created a new ‘business card’ advertising option in our popular B2B magazine, which is circulated across the North-East’s biggest business park six times a year. The advertising slots are priced £85 (plus VAT), but as an introductory promotion Aycliffe Today is offering a 20% discount for the next issue of the magazine, bringing the cost down to just £68. Aycliffe Today Business has a print readership of 8,000 plus thousands more online, and the magazine has been used by more than 100 firms since it was established in November 2012. It’s circulated around Aycliffe Business Park, home to more than 400 companies and 10,000 employees, every other month. As part of the new business card advertising option, advertisers can either use their existing business cards, or we can adapt new designs to fit. Martin Walker, managing director of Aycliffe-based Mantis Media, publishers of Aycliffe Today, said: “Aycliffe Today Business is now well established as the magazine for Aycliffe Business Park. “Every issue is mailed exclusively to our database while the rest are circulated around the business park, in business hubs and nearby restaurants and hotels. “The magazine is unique to Newton Aycliffe and provides businesses with a direct communication tool to talk to companies on the business park. “We feel this business card offer will give some of the smaller firms on the park the opportunity to advertise direct to Aycliffe Business Park with an affordable option.” Normal rates in Aycliffe Today Business are £695 for a double-page spread, £450 for a full page, £250 for a half page, £150 for a quarter page and £ 85 for 1/8th page. There are only four business card slots at the discounted rate of £68 available as part of this promotion. Interested businesses can call Martin on 01325 728024 or email martin@ aycliffetoday.co.uk