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Principle appoints two associate directors

Scott Fitzgerald

Scott Fitzgerald

London-Based cleaning specialist, Principle Cleaning Services has appointed Scott Fitzgerald and Paul Bartlett as Associate Directors of the business.

The company, which has a turnover of £40 million and provides its services to some of the most famous landmark buildings in the Capital, says it created the new roles as it prepares for its next period of growth.

Fitzgerald joined the business in September from ISS where he was EMEA Account Director at Morgan Stanley. Prior to that, he held the position of Operations Director at Cleanology. He has 26 years’ operational experience in facilities management with a particular focus on soft services.

Bartlett has over 21 years’ management experience in the cleaning industry. He joined Principle from Not Just Cleaning in August 2016 as General Manager with responsibility for managing blue-chip clients, and accountability for the day-to-day running of 87 sites spread across Central London.

Paul Bartlett

The associate directors, which sit between the main board and the senior management team, will ensure excellent levels of customer service are maintained; and forge long-term partnerships with new clients as the company builds a solid platform for growth over the next five years.

Matt Kuwertz, Sales and Marketing Director at Principle Cleaning Services, said: “These are exciting times for Principle. Scott and Paul bring a considerable amount of experience to their new roles, which will enable us to provide even greater levels of customer service delivery to our clients as we drive the business forward.

“Two key aspects of our growth strategy are technology and sustainability. One of Principle’s main aims is to be the most sustainable cleaning company to work for. We will also continue to invest in technology to deliver live reporting via tablets and other mobile devices that will provide even greater efficiencies for our clients.”

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