GOUROCK-based property firm Bowman Rebecchi has announced it has celebrated two years in business with a 165% rise in turnover and growth into the public sector.
The business has expanded into neighbouring Argyll, Ayrshire, and Renfrewshire, with customers and properties now spread from Kilmarnock to Bishopton, and Dunoon.
Bowman Rebecchi has also expanded its portfolio into residential letting, including the acquisition of Castle Estates.
The firm’s latest move into the out of home advertising market comes with the lease from Inverclyde Council of four 48-sheet advertising hoardings, adjacent to the new £3 million Baker Street Development in Greenock. The hoardings, which will be managed by A&M Advertising, are fully let into 2022 with mobile giants EE and local companies Inverclyde Taxis, Clyde Eats and Inverclyde Boiler Company all signed up to advertise their businesses.
Bowman Rebecchi director Andrew Bowman said, “It has been a hugely positive period for the business, with several new clients from both the public and private sectors across the west coast supporting our client-centric approach. We set ambitious targets for year two, and the fact that we have been able to achieve and exceed our targets is testament to the implementation of our strategy and our teams. It continues to be an exciting time and our pipeline is strong for 2022. We continue to be grateful to our existing and new clients for their ongoing support and relationships.”
Fellow director Marco Rebecchi added, “The expansion into the new offices have proven to be the right decision, ensuring that the businesses can collaborate more efficiently to better support delivery for our clients. Over the past year, we have expanded our teams and markets, became Living Wage accredited, supported the Kickstart scheme and Young Persons Guarantee, and continue to further develop our existing staff as they develop and grow. As we enter our third year of business, we have several new market opportunities that we continue to explore and look forward to further enhancing our overall service.”