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Harry Specters discusses their business

25th April 2016 By Foundation East in News


Mona Shah, owner and founder of chocolate business Harry Specters based in Sawston, was interviewed on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Breakfast Show this morning to discuss their upcoming expansion into new premises in Ely.

Amongst other things, Mona was discussing the great work that Harry Specters does in supporting those on the autistic spectrum, how the name Harry Specters came about and the £215,000 of funding they obtained through Foundation East, UnLtd and ClearlySo to enable them to expand the business further.

You can listen to the full interview through the Dotty McLeod Breakfast Show programme on BBC iPlayer here. Monah's interview is between 1:50:50 and 1:55:22.

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