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Young Southampton entrepreneur puts in the hours to start nutrition company, in order to be able to work on own terms and receives start up funding from Virgin Start Up.
Southampton, Hampshire: Jack Purdie (26) of Southampton Hampshire has recently been selected and approved to receive start up funding from the Virgin Start Up organisation in order to kick start his dreams to launching his own nutritional supplement design and manufacture company.
Serial Entrepreneur, Jack, has worked on developing other businesses for around 6 years now, and has always had aspirations of owning a company that allowed him to work on his own terms, where and when he wanted. Envious of the ‘laptop lifestyle’ glamorized by peers and social media, Jack set about to make this goal a personal reality.
Speaking on the direction of the company, Jack said: “I wanted to be able to create a business that would allow me to work from anywhere in the world, eliminating the commute, and the stresses that have come with other work. Furthermore, I wanted to be able to combine my passion for fitness with my flair for entrepreneurship, and help as many people reach their goals as possible”.
Nutral has seen measurable growth since the investment, and has just gone in to production of the newest product in the range, ‘Exceed’, a Diet Vegan Protein supplement, aimed at the dairy-free, vegan health fanatics.
Nutral is coming up to its 10th month since incorporation, and intends to step up progression in 2018, including going forward for local awards and working with local distribution partners.
Nutral is a health and fitness brand, determined to make a massive impact to lives, the environment and the planet.
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