There is a potential risk that a number of business sectors will start to feel the affect of a slow-down in customer spending on the high street. However, small and medium sized business owners are also being warned to monitor the price they pay for commodities such as business electricity and business gas. These essential business costs are going up at an exponential rate, which coupled with the downturn in customer spending is putting much greater strain on business profitability.
Small and medium sized businesses are being advised to act now to address the increase of these essential overheads by comparing what they are currently paying with what is available from other providers in the market.
Energy Advice Line was set up specifically to address the needs of business and obtain the best possible business electricity, business gas and now business telecom rates and deals. EAL, however, does maintain a transparent approach to its contracts and as such there are no fees involved from the client side as EAL receive an introduction from the new provider.
Business customers are sometimes not that aware of the potential savings that can be made by switching business energy suppliers, and the perceived amount of paperwork can appear daunting. However, Energy Advice Line do all the legwork for customers, providing an impartial online price comparison service in which the customer can view and evaluate the most competitive offers on the market within seconds. The process of switching is seamless and the savings can be up to 50%.
Energy Advice Line have tailored themselves as consumer champions of the business energy market, believing that everyone should be entitled to clear, trustworthy and impartial advice about their business energy bills. Energy Advice Line are a totally independent business energy comparison company who will search the entire business energy market on a businesses behalf to establish which suppliers are prepared to offer the best prices.
Any supplier offering competitive business gas or business electricity rates will be included in their comprehensive panel of suppliers. Some of these rates may be the same as going direct but the cheapest prices will often be special rates that Energy Advice Line are able to negotiate through their size and industry contacts. Suppliers Energy Advice Line have terms with currently include: British Gas Business, Scottish and Southern Energy, Npower, Scottish Power, EDF Energy, Haven Power, and EON.
Energy Advice Line are committed to offering the lowest price for business gas and business electricity and will always present the best available deals, no matter what commission is being offered by suppliers. If, on the rare occasion, better prices are available by going direct to the supplier, they will be happy to explain the pros and cons of choosing that option.
This is a free service and Energy Advice Line only receive an introductory commission from suppliers once they have safely transferred as a customer. Price transparency is key to earning the trust of customers and, whilst unable to publish the commission rates here, Energy Advice Line are happy to advise on a case-by-case basis.