Catalyst Claims Refreshes Brand For 2021

Drainage, water supply and subsidence specialist Catalyst Claims has changed its name to Catalyst Services UK in a major brand refresh to support continued growth of its services for the insurance industry. The multi-award-winning business, now in its eighth year, has launched a new website and a bold new brand identity reflecting its rapid growth and a desire to enhance its online presence.

Catalyst Services UK delivers investigation, repair and remediation services for insurance providers, with a strong focus on drainage and off-mains drainage, water supply systems, subsidence investigations, environmental services, and home emergency services. The company has achieved impressive organic growth since it was founded by its managing director, Brad Jackson, in 2014. Now employing 19 people, it expects to manage more than 5,000 claims in the current business year.

Turnover passed £1million in 2017 and reached £3.3m in August 2021, a 65% increase on the 2020 figure (£2million), and achieved at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Brad Jackson said: “This is an exciting and important moment for us as a business, for our clients, customers and the increasing number of colleagues who work for us. We’ve come a long way since we launched the business, continuously adding new services and capabilities. Catalyst is financially robust and has a highly motivated, expanding team of experts. Now is the right time to refresh our brand so we remain firmly aligned with our insurance clients as they develop their own businesses and their expectations evolve in a rapidly changing service environment.”

Catalyst is based in Delph, Greater Manchester, more info here;

www.catalystservicesuk.com

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