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BBC seeks family business for TV series

Producers of the BBC2 TV show I'll show them who's boss are looking for a family-run business to feature in its next trouble-shooting series.

Applicants must have at least two family members in key roles, turnover of more than £1m a year, at least 20 staff, and be desperate for professional advice. Presenter is Gerry Robinson, the former head of Coca-Cola and Granada and now chairman of Allied Domecq and of The Arts Council.

The BBC says that following the first series in May this year, companies that acted on Robinson's advice have seen their businesses go from strength to strength. Work has started on the second series which will go out next summer. Filming begins in September. “Suitable businesses must be televisually interesting – a garage or bodyshop would be ideal,” says the BBC.

Contact Tiffany Thomas on 0208 752 5893 for further details.

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