Closer Working for Smarter Living01/05/2018
The new look is showcased via its website which brings together a variety of brands that work under the GM8 Group umbrella. It’s the perfect way to share resources and develop potential to reduce our impact on the environment and protect our planet’s finite natural resources. From ingenious composting and rain water harvesting to garden-based growing… the GM8 Group offers a range of cost-effective solutions for anyone who is interested in sustainable and smarter living, at home and at work.
Originally a family business, the GM8 Group actively designs, manufactures and sells products that help the environment and save money wherever possible. The group is keen to expand its range further: “We strive to provide more opportunities for smarter living and working,” says Mark Robinson, Managing Director of the GM8 Group. “We are excited about the flexibility that our new structure provides and our plans for the future.”
Mark adds: “Our product range is proactively increasing and we work hard to ensure that we offer consistently good customer service. The GM8 Group is a great source for anyone who is enthusiastic about living and working in a way that saves money wherever possible and helps to protect our environment.”
Existing customers already enjoy the increased range of products and the great offers available. To find out more, discover the range of brands within the GM8 Group and sign up for the regular savings and tips to save money and discover great tips for environmentally-friendly living.
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