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How to Run a Family Framing Business with Jack Clark

Scott November 4, 2019 5


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This week, I’m chatting with the delightful Jack Clark (@jackclark9 on Instagram). Jack is part owner of the Whole Picture Company – a picture-framers and printers based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.

@jackclark9 | The Whole Picture Company | @thewholepictureco

After working for his family’s company for a number of years, Jack was given the reins by his dad towards the end of 2018 and has continued to deliver excellent service and value in his local area. This has been the driving force behind the company’s success for the past 22 years.

The company currently employs four full-time staff, one of whom is Jack’s wonderful girlfriend, Amy (@loveamyelizabeth on Instagram), with another full-time picture framer set to join the team later this year.

I had so much fun recording this chat in Jack and Amy’s home. We chatted about so much, including what it is like running a successful company; the day to day challenges; Jack’s top tips for anyone looking to get started in business and resources he’s found extremely useful; and the realities of returning to daily life after four and a half months spent travelling around Asia.

Enjoy!

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