Flip Up Seats are for anywhere there are public toilets
Commercial toilet seats are a $1.2 billion per annum part of an approximately $4 billion global toilet seat market
The UKs 40 busiest airports had nearly 288 million passenger visits in 2018
The UKs 30 busiest railway stations had nearly 879 million passenger visits in 2018
The cleanliness of the on-train toilets is a leading cause of rail passenger complaint
Yum! Brands is one of the world’s largest fast-food restaurant companies they operate 43,617 restaurants in 135 nations worldwide, including KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell.
There are approximately 50,000 pubs and restaurants and 15,000 coffee shops in the UK.
J D Wetherspoon operates approx. 900 outlets
Starbucks has over 28,000 locations worldwide.
Last year more than 1.2 billion customers visited a Westfield Group shopping centre
The Merlin Group, which owns 120 major attractions in 25 countries, had over 66 million visitors in 2017.
There are 126 football and entertainment stadiums in the UK. Ranging in size from the 90,000 seater, Wembley stadium with 2,618 toilets, to the 3,600 seater Alfreton Town stadium.
Glastonbury Music festival had just over 200,000 attendees in 2019, serviced by over 3300 WCs.
Facilities Management is highly competitive, increasingly, these contacts are won and lost not on price, but on the value add that can be demonstrated.
Innovative products like Flip Up Seat offer the type of value add that can mean the difference between winning and losing one of these contracts.