This list falls under the Trades category which covers manual fields, or those that require specialist training. For additional lists like this, such as Swimming Pool Builders, Plasterers, or
Painters; place your search term in the search bar, or navigate using the categories menu on the side of this page.
The landscapers list is a broad list that can be utilised for a number of general, and speciality fields; aside from your general business to business (cleaning services, first aid/health services, et cetera), there are a number of speciality services that the landscaping industry utilises: these include environmental assessors, industrial law specialists, and commercial and white labelling to name a few.
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Email addresses are generally generic, ie. without a contact name
List is ideal for Telemarketing and Direct Mail Campaigns
After purchase you are able to use this list for multiple campaigns, in line with relevant legislation.
Targeted Premium List Data
If you want to reach a specific decision maker, group of businesses or want to target a specific group of consumers, we have access to a range of lists across the lists market industry. If you have a targeted list requirement it is likely there is a marketing list available with the contact data you require.
Generally requests will fit in to the criteria below:
Premium Business DataBusiness Activity or Industry Group
Business Contact or Decision makers
Business Size – employees or revenue
Business Location – State, Area, postcode ranges
Targeted Consumer DataResidential Location – geographical area, postcode ranges
Demographic Information – gender, age, income, home owner
Lifestyle Information – hobbies, interests
Attitudinal Data – how people think or feel about a range of topics
Terms and Conditions
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to wash phone numbers against the current Do Not Call Register.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to wash fax numbers against the current Do Not Fax Register.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to comply with all legislation with regards to unsolicited communications in accordance with the 'Spam Act 2003'.