Enterprise Plants buys London floral display contractor

National landscape contractor Enterprise Plants has purchased the Sells' First Impressions, based in Covent Garden.

Office green screen.     Image: Enterprise
Office green screen. Image: Enterprise

The family-owned First Impressions provides floral and plant displays on a regular basis to over 50 clients.

Enterprise provides a range of services to offices, including interior plant displays, green walls and manicured landscapes. It has also seen growth in sustainability systems such as food waste wormeries.

First Impressions managing director Adam Sells said: "I am delighted that First Impressions is being taken on by Enterprise Plants. They understand the service levels required and have the resources to offer a wide range of other services that will ensure complete continuity for all our valued clients and staff".

Enterprise managing director Chris Jenkin said: "As a national company dedicated to improving the working environment through our office planting and grounds maintenance services, First Impressions fit perfectly with our strategy and core business."

He added: "Our business grew at a record pace last year through organic growth and this purchase delivers another exciting boost to our size and scale; we are always looking to take on additional business from companies looking to release value they have in contracted services."

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