This established business, which has been trading for decades, is an excellent example of how companies can work with a proactive bank and expand their proven business model.
(PRWeb UK) February 4, 2011
Prestige executive employment consultancy UK Knack Group reports that after receiving financial support from the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank, the company opened a new cafe in the Trafford Centre.
Richard Gloster, managing director of Cadwalader, said they were very excited about opening their new cafe in this shopping centre and that this was a great step forward in their plans for growth and expansion beyond Wales.
Iwan Jones, HSBC Regional Commercial Director for Wales, was one who acknowledged that the economy had struggled through a sticky patch, but added that they (The Cadwalader Company) have planned for their future; therefore they are in a strong position to take advantage of this opportunity despite of the current economic situation.
“We are delighted to have supported it with this latest expansion into one of the UK’s leading and best known shopping centres.
“This established business, which has been trading for decades, is an excellent example of how companies can work with a proactive bank and expand their proven business model.”
UK Knack Group’s managing director said at the time of his news release that the Cadwalader name was a proud one to be able to introduce to England for more reasons than just ice cream: “Trafford is in for a treat, not only for the employment opportunities, which are always paramount, but for the distinctive quality and flavour of something unique.
“Cadwalader makes sweet and savoury scones, their famous slices, savoury hot pies, cupcakes, sandwiches and, of course, their lovely ice cream products. Our economy is racing back into shape, and it’s nice to be able to observe the recovery so tastefully.”
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