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Woodbourne Wins Asian Business Award

1st August 2017 Paul Andrews

Family-owned and run Woodbourne Group has won the Family Business of the Year Award at The English Asian Business Awards 2017.

These awards honour the determination, hard work and personal achievements of English Asian entrepreneurs at the forefront of their industries.

CEO, Tani Dulay commented , “It’s an incredible opportunity to be involved in an event that appreciates the role family-businesses play in our economy. We are also very grateful for an award that acknowledges the culmination of best efforts across the team. We thank our stakeholders, friends and family. We have big dreams. Big ambitions. We will continue to do what we do best to realise them; hard work. We’ve grown substantially over the last two years but there is a long journey ahead of us. As they say, watch this space.”

Tani Dulay is thought to be the youngest CEO of any property development company in the Midlands. He joined Woodbourne Group as CEO in 2015 at the age of 23. Since then he has worked on multiple projects and acquisitions with a combined end-value in excess of £50m by ensuring the effective execution of the Group’s business plan; a 733% increase in development activity since the company’s last development year of 2006.

He is now working with selected industry leaders with an ambition to reach a pipeline of £500m within five years.

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