Hospitality industry cleaning specialist, Premier Cleaning, has appointed a new commercial director.
Brett McMann is a highly respected figure in the industry, having worked within the security services sector for over two decades and joins Premier Cleaning at a crucial time for the night-time and leisure economy.
Scarborough-based Premier Cleaning is the UK’s only nationally operating specialist cleaning provider to the night-time leisure industry and works with a wide range of clients across the country including; Head of steam brand by Cameron’s Brewery, Slug & Lettuce brand by Stonegate Pubs and Lelia Lilly’s brand by Malhoutra Group.
Now, with the UK economy poised to bounce back post-pandemic, managing director Stewart Messruther, who leads Premier Cleaning’s management team, believes that first impressions count more than ever for venues welcoming back customers;
He said: “Our industry is at something of a crossroads and little details will matter more than ever before. Venues are going to be competing for market share and a professional approach is going to give them that edge.
“That is why I am so delighted to be welcoming Brett to the team. In January, when we looked at where we saw the business going and what the missing piece was, Brett’s was the only name we wanted to see on the office door at our headquarters.
“He will be known to a large amount of the hospitality industry and is someone I’ve always found people speak highly of as a person, not just as a professional and that’s important for our values. We’re thrilled to have secured Brett’s appointment and look forward to the value that we know he brings.”
Brett McMann said: “To have the chance to join yet another industry leading business, co-own the business and continue working with some of my hospitality industry contacts, is something I’m looking at as the perfect opportunity.
“It was always going to be a decision I wouldn’t take lightly as to where my future employment laid but knowing of the reputation Premier Cleaning, Stewart and his team have with operators across the country, I felt it was an opportunity that was made for me.”