Monday, April 22, 2024

Stav leads first franchise of Business Culture HEY as it branches into Lincolnshire

Eight years after being created in Hull, the Business Culture HEY is celebrating the onboarding of its first franchisee with the newly-launched Business Culture Lincolnshire.

It’s to be led by Stav Melides, who’s joined by his wife, Christine and two other directors, Sergiu and Rodica Celan.

Tony Bowler, MD of The Business Culture franchise, said: “This is a major milestone for our club, as it means that we’ve expanded our reach across the Humber bridge and further connected Yorkshire with Lincolnshire. We have absolute confidence in Stav, as he brings exceptional knowledge and valuable expertise to the table.”

Stav started his business career in 1980 in the fast food trade before moving on to create and direct his own group of businesses. The sectors covered in this group of companies included recruitment, IT, transportation, parcel delivery, security, food distribution, restaurants and event management. By implementing highly efficient sales processes and an innovative acquisitions strategy, Stav generated several million pounds of revenue for each of these businesses.

Star said: “I find it very rewarding helping business owners and directors to make the right connections and generate successful relationships. I strongly believe that together we will make The Business Culture Lincolnshire a reliable source of business connections that add value to its members, enjoyment for its owners, and a community that we will all be proud of.”

Michelle Bowler, Director, added: “Stav has been a huge supporter ever since we founded The Business Culture back in 2016. He approached us in November 2023 to open discussions about being part of our team and taking out a franchise. It was a no-brainer and we’re very excited about his strategy for national growth.

“Stav has the right attitude to carry on our ethos, direction and mission.  We welcome him and his team with open arms and look forward to a long and lasting business relationship.”

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