SALADMASTER IS COOKING UP SUCCESS

A Buckinghamshire-based company that sells high-tech cookware products is planning to create new jobs after enjoying phenomenal success since moving into one of the area’s leading business centres. The Bare Necessity Solutions Saladmaster Dealership is planning further expansion in 2011 and the firm’s owners, Lucy and Ido Yoram, say locating the business at the MK:TWO Business Centre in Bletchley, Milton Keynes has been a significant factor in its success. The couple moved into their current offices in 2009 and are full of praise for Bucks-Biz, the company behind MK:TWO. Explained Ido: “It only took a matter of weeks, not months, for the office to be prepared for our individual requirements and we were very impressed at the speed in which we were able to move in. “It proved a hassle-free experience and Bucks-Biz has been very flexible when it comes to meeting our specialist needs.” With a ‘can do’ attitude and innovative products, some of which contain titanium, the Saladmaster dealership is set to go from strength-to-strength as it helps to promote healthy lifestyle solutions. Added Joe Muscat, Managing Director of Bucks-Biz: “We’re delighted that Ido and Lucy are enjoying such success, which is mirrored by many of our clients. Our aim is to make daily business life as hassle free as possible for our customers, enabling them to focus on what really matters – running their business.” Bucks Biz offers a variety of commercial property solutions, from office and warehouse rentals, through to flexible workspaces and storage space. The latest property in its growing portfolio is Interchange Business Centre in Newport Pagnell. The transformation of the former food factory in Howard Way is due to be completed early in 2011 when it will welcome its first clients. Any businesses interested in renting commercial property in Newport Pagnell or Milton Keynes should contact 01908 821000. - ENDS - Image to support this release: High res image to download for print: click here Caption: Ido Yoram (left) Lucy Yoram (right), Saladmaster owners

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