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Avon, Oct 21, 2018 ( – EnergyBillKill, an innovative new energy bill management app was successfully launched at October’s Business Showcase South West in Bristol. EnergyBillKill is the only API-driven commercial energy switching app available in the market.
Co-Founders Michael Rossman and Aidan Brady chose Bristol to launch their product due to the city’s reputation as an incubator for independent businesses and entrepreneurs. The popular Business Showcase South West gave the perfect backdrop for the unveiling of the app.

“Bristol is a dynamic and exciting city with a vibrant community of entrepreneurs. The city is the ideal place to launch EnergyBillKill. The Showcase was a fantastic event. We met many enthusiastic business owners. Miles Chambers Bristol’s first poet laureate even composed and recited a poem for us- which we proudly put on our website” Aidan Brady.

Michael Rossman explains the motivation behind the app: “Running a small business is really tough. Our aim is to support businesses. Our app takes the hassle out of sorting out business utilities, lowering costs and letting businesses keep more of their cash. Basically, EnergyBillKill is about convenience and lower costs.”
EnergyBillKill applications are available nationwide.

About EnergyBillKill
EnergyBillKill is a business energy switching app that is available for download on iPhone and Android smartphones. EnergyBillKIll helps business owners and managers to decrease their energy bills. The App’s user-friendly conversational interface eliminates much of the paperwork helps customers compare prices and switch energy suppliers quickly and efficiently.
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