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Are you and your partner thinking of starting a business together?

(7 Posts)
MissACP Wed 25-Sep-13 10:46:33

Hello all,

This may appeal to you and your partner if you are soon-to-be a new business start up!

October Films are looking for couples who are taking the plunge and starting a new business together for a new Channel 4 documentary series.

Are you both fed up of the nine-to-five and ready to become your own boss? Have you decided to make a radical career change and put your blood, sweat and tears into making it a success?

Please get in touch ASAP or pass on to anyone you think might be interested. Thanks in advance!

My work email is -

grants1000 Wed 25-Sep-13 14:19:14

Do you pay for the divorce at the end? grin

MissACP Mon 30-Sep-13 14:41:27

grants1000 - haha!

Anyone else know someone?

FrauMoose Mon 30-Sep-13 14:44:38

I've emailed the address above.

noddyholder Mon 30-Sep-13 14:46:25

We are but unfortunately I could never be on tv since hd far too vain/insecure lol

ajandjjmum Mon 30-Sep-13 14:56:14

If you are....think hard. DH and I have worked together for 25 years, but it isn't easy. I really think it can have a negative impact on your personal relationship, as it's easy to focus on being 'professional'.

MissACP Tue 01-Oct-13 15:47:07

FrauMoose - thanks for getting in touch.

Noddyholder - you get used to it (so they say!). How about you email me anyway and I will tell you a bit more about the show...? smile

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