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The hospitality sector has taken a beating over the past few years with the increasing cost of high energy prices.

Many of the businesses in the sector have been fearful of the fact that they may have to close if the prices continue to increase, with the majority of those in the industry looking at ways of cutting back and saving much needed funds.

Possible big savings for those in the hospitality sector

A survey by The Caterer of restaurateurs, hoteliers, contract caterers and publicans collected data to find out the impact of these energy hikes.

Some 80% of respondents to the survey said rising energy prices had wiped out their profits, while 60% feared their business may not survive the next 12 months without sufficient government support.

The majority of operators said their bills had risen by more than 100%, while 22% had seen a rise of over 300%, and 22% said their costs had increased by over 400%. A devastating impact on the industry which is now currently looking at ways of regaining those losses.

Nothing to lose and everything to gain with Reduce My Bills cost guarantee

Taking into consideration that the industry has been forgotten by the government for additional aid now the Energy Bill Relief Scheme has ended, it is now more important than ever that those in the hospitality industry look at other avenues where they can cut back on utility expenditure. This is where the specialist service and offering from Reduce My Bills can be vital.

At Reduce My Bills we now provide a cost guarantee and have a package which our minimum policy and commitment identifies savings equivalent to at least the subscription fee over the three years, and if we don't, we will refund the difference.

In simple terms. It means whatever the total amount of cost equates over the 3 year period, we will contractually guarantee that we will save you more, otherwise you will receive a refund.

At Reduce My Bills our focus is being a cost saving model NEVER a cost incurring model.

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