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  • HTA launches new Cost Reduction Programme for members

    This month sees the HTA launch CRoP – a new Cost Reduction Programme designed to enable members to save money on essential business expenses. CRoP offers members access to a range of core business products and services through HTA partners at discounted rates, including:

    • Barclaycard, who offer HTA members access to competitively priced card processing and value added products; with over 400 members already making significant savings.
    • HTA Insurance Services, delivering bespoke horticultural insurance expertise competitively priced, provided by Towergate.
    • Health & Safety compliance and employment law services available to members through Citation with the unique partnership with HTA Insurance within CRoP allowing members to save a further 10% on their insurance if H&S and employment law assistance is purchased through Citation.
    • Bira, the only independent trade association-owned bank in the UK delivering finance flexible to members needs and requirements.

    Other partners in CRoP include HTA Healthcare Services delivered through PHP Healthcare, B2B security, Fedden USP, Alpha Packaging, Cardway Cartons, The Fuel Card People and Ice Cream World. All providing access to valuable products and services at discounted rates and always matched with excellent customer service.

    Helen Cranstone, HTA Membership Services Manager comments ?The HTA itself uses many of the CRoP partner services including business insurance through Towergate and H&S and employment law compliance from Citation. Our continuing aim is to provide members access to essential products and services at competitive rates from companies delivering excellent customer service at all times. We will be introducing new CRoP partners in the coming months and following requests through a recent HTA Member Voice survey this will include utility providers.?

    Members can join up to CRoP and start saving today by contacting their HTA Regional Account Manager or by emailing crop@the-hta.org.uk.

    For further information on the CRoP programme email crop@the-hta.org.uk.

    HTA

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