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Stamford firm recognised by former Dragon




Tom Perkins and Simon Grace from Charles & Dean with Theo Paphitis EMN-160223-125708001
Tom Perkins and Simon Grace from Charles & Dean with Theo Paphitis EMN-160223-125708001

Stamford based finance brokers, Charles & Dean were amongst those recognised at the recent Theo Paphitis’ Small Business Sunday awards lunch.

The Twitter campaign launched by former Dragon, Theo Paphitis featured Charles & Dean as a success - sharing the business with his half a million followers last year.

The event played host to speakers from leading retail and service businesses including ‘Not On The High Street’ and ‘Really Useful Boxes’.

The award winners were invited to listen to a variety of talks discussing innovation, brand alignment and marketing projection as well as a Q&A session with Theo Paphitis himself.

Charles & Dean director, Tom Perkins said, “We are thrilled to join the engaging #SBS community, who have made us feel so welcome. We all support each other via various social media and the weekly #SBSwinnershour so the #SBSevent2016 was a terrific opportunity to meet each other over lunch and strengthen those relationships.”

Simon Grace, director of Charles & Dean added: “There is real value in events such as these, whereby like minded businesses leaders can take time out of their organisations to share successful strategies with each other.

“At Charles & Dean we help our customers finance everything from vehicles and company assets through to commercial property and we have been impressed by the wealth of knowledge under one roof today.”



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