Local writer wants to profile family businesses

PETERBOROUGH Business has been approached by a writer who wants to profile a selection of family owned and run businesses in the Peterborough area.

The author is particularly interested in consumer-facing companies offering products and services to the public. The longer the business has been in the family, the better, but all stories will be considered.

This is a great opportunity to get your family business, or your favourite local company, some publicity. Suggesting ideas in the comment box below will get them seen on this website or you can email news@peterboroughbusiness.co.uk and we will pass the details of the company to the writer.

4 Comments on "Local writer wants to profile family businesses"

  1. Dave Phillips | 28th December 2009 at 11:56 am |

    Hello! I am the writer researching the family businesses story in Nene Valley Living magazine. Many thanks to those who have responded so far, but I know there are many, many more family businesses out there — ones that have been running for generations, in some cases. Please contact me with details and, perhaps, why you think family businesses are so successful. Please contact me through this website or by email direct to me at david@nenevalleymedia.com
    Many thanks, Dave Phillips (Nene Valley Media)

  2. Family business serving holidays day excursions to the City of Peterborough and surrounding area for 29 years.

  3. Donval Ricard | 16th November 2009 at 4:00 pm |

    Friars Pride ltd, suppliers to the fast food trade have been going about 25 years as a family business. They’re based on Oxney road ind estate.

  4. Bob Wahiwala’s Ice Direct, the car entertainment shop on Eastern industry is a family business.

    The family started of selling hardware, i think, year’s ago,

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