As star of Sky-One's new prime time series 'The Big Idea' and 'The Apprentice,' finalist, Ruth was the ideal choice to join James in celebrating his new business venture as owner of the Kall Kwik on London Road. It's not the first time Ruth has paid a visit to Kall Kwik either, having used their services during her time on 'The Apprentice' to produce invitations for the series finale.
As part of a network of around 160 Kall Kwiks nationwide, the Twickenham outlet has been open for over 20 years specialising in design, direct mail, print and large format display work, striving to exceed expectations for businesses of all sizes.
Eagerly anticipating his new role as Owner, James says: 'I'm delighted to be able to welcome Ruth, to help toast a new era for both myself and staff as part of our re-launch. She is highly dynamic and professional in her approach, mirroring the business principles we uphold at Kall Kwik.
'I'm keen to get started in my new role and feel that we are perfectly placed here to build relationships with a great mix of local businesses and organisations. In an industry which is changing rapidly all the time, I plan to build upon the existing success of the outlet and further assert our position as market industry leaders'.
He continues, 'It was fascinating to watch Ruth at work on 'The Apprentice' and her performance was testament to the huge success she's experienced since. We look forward to her joining us for our re-launch and will certainly be quizzing her on the secrets to her business success and, of course, her time with a certain Mr. Sugar!'
About Kall Kwik
Kall Kwik, the Franchisor of the Year 2005/06 and Business Superbrand, is the UK's market leading provider of design and print services for business.
Kall Kwik operates from nearly 160 locations across the UK each providing business clients from FTSE100 organisations to SMEs with a range of design to delivery services for all their internal and external communication materials - business stationery through to sales and marketing material, direct mail and web site design.
Published: 6 November 2006
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