Wisbech Dog Grooming Service Owners Recognised as Fenland Entrepreneurs of the Year
OWNERS of Mobile Dog Grooming Business, AA Mobile Dog Wash , of Wisbech have marked a successful year by being recognised as The Enterprise Fenland Network Breakfast Entrepreneurs of the Year . Offering various services from dog clipping and trimming to
OWNERS of Mobile Dog Grooming Business, 'AA Mobile Dog Wash', of Wisbech have marked a successful year by being recognised as 'The Enterprise Fenland Network Breakfast Entrepreneurs of the Year'.
Offering various services from dog clipping and trimming to ear and eye care, Jay Kerr and partner Samantha Knights of Wisbech, started their business in 2008 and have since gradually built up their client list.
Attended by some 40 local businesses and held at the annual Enterprise Fenland Network Lunch at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March, the award recognises new business success in the Fenland area
Sam and Jay are thrilled that their hard work seems to be paying off .
Sam, said: "It's been tough getting going but we feel like we are making real progress now and we're delighted to win this award. NWES has been great and always been there when we've needed help."
Both trained veterinary nurses, Jay and Sam are able to bring their knowledge and skills to the business and ensure dogs are given the best care.
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With strong forward bookings and increasing number of enquiries they are considering expanding the business again in 2010 with the introduction of a second mobile grooming unit.
In order to set up in business, Jay and Sam turned to business support experts NWES for help, working with Business Advisor Paul Gardner.
"Jay and Sam have proved that hard work and determination are two essential elements required for the running of a successful start up. They have been rewarded by a growing and loyal customer base and they never seem short of energy. They have a real passion for their business and of course their veterinary backgrounds are a huge asset", said Paul.
For more information about AA Mobile Dog Wash, call Jay or Sam on 07746 56 10 72 or visit www.aadogwash.co.uk
For information on free advice and training to help start a business call NWES on 0845 6099991. NWES offers free advice and training to anyone in Cambridgeshire looking to start a business under the CREAM project, funded by Investing in Communities, a programme funded by EEDA and Cambridgeshire County Council and delivered by the Greater Cambridgeshire Partnership.
In addition to this annual awards lunch, Enterprise Fenland Network Breakfasts are held approximately every six weeks throughout the year.
Hosted by NWES, Business Link and Fenland District Council, any business is welcome to attend these informative, informal and effective network meetings.
For more information visit www.efnb.org. Reservations can be made through www.bookevents.org. The next business breakfast is on 26th January 2010 at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in March