Anton Battista - Gulgong RSL Testimonial

Congratulations to Anton Battista for another happy customer

At Bulk Energy, we’re always blogging about energy news, going green, and money saving tips and tricks, but today I wanted to break that trend and take a moment to recognise the great work of our longest serving salesman, Anton Battista.

Another happy customer

A couple of weeks ago, we received this glowing recommendation from Gulgong RSL:

As you can see, Anton Battista saved the club some $24,000 per year, which is an incredible effort considering electricity prices are at all time record highs in NSW right now, and a reminder that it’s always worth reviewing your business’s energy spend.

We love this part; “Bulk Energy’s customer service has been great, too—I’ve worked with Anton, who has always been responsive and very friendly.” That’s true, as long as you don’t steal his blueberries from the freezer – he’s still responsive, but not so friendly…

Anton Battista’s bio

Anton has had 8 years experience in the energy game; he started out as a salesperson for a tier one retailer, went on to become a team leader, and then moved into a customer service role. In 2014, Anton made the move to Bulk Energy, because rather than representing just one retailer, he’s able to act independently and recommend whichever retailer is offering his customer the best terms.

On his days off, you’ll find Anton hanging out with his beloved dog Hugo, getting involved in table sports, or indulging in a drop of fine wine. You can read his full biography, or meet the rest of the team here.

If you’d like to reach out to Anton Battista to see if he can save your business money on electricity and gas, he can be reached on 1300 46 2855 (1300 GO-BULK), or via LinkedIn.

On a personal note, I’d like to take this chance to thank Anton for all his hard work, great results and for keeping the rest of us honest!

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