Which? makes BALI a partner in its Trusted Traders scheme

Consumer organisation Which? has given BALI trade association exclusivity for landscaping following negotiations.

Which? logo. Image: Supplied
Which? logo. Image: Supplied

Which? is known for testing everything from toasters to broadband providers but it also assesses traders. BALI-registered contractors working in the domestic sector will now have access to the many thousands of consumers who turn to Which? for advice.

Members with 40 or fewer employees will get their first three months of annual scheme membership free and receive 50 per cent off the cost of the next nine months. To apply they must first successfully complete the Which? Trusted Traders scheme assessment. This offer ends on 31 August.

Commenting on the new BALI membership benefit, chief executive Wayne Grills said: "The Which? brand is synonymous with quality standards and consumer rights and I am delighted that BALI has been singled out by the Which? Trusted Traders endorsement scheme as representing the sort of contractors with whom they would want their logo associated.

"This provides our members with the sort of marketing opportunity that BALI resources would struggle to match and so I hope those of our members for whom this represents an excellent deal will take full advantage and find out more."

For details of the scheme call BALI on 02476 690333 or email shaw.pye@bali.org.uk.

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