Growing in the market

By Keith Baker Tuesday, 23 August 2016 11:30 1 comment
 FIRM FOOTING: Laly´s family-run business is a success. FIRM FOOTING: Laly´s family-run business is a success.

AN enterprising family set up business in the Benidorm Indoor Market back in 2014. Laly, and his wife Kaur, together with Laly’s brother, purchased a single shop and started selling a wide variety of goods – towels, T-shirts, sportswear, Spanish-made dolls, hats, electronic equipment such as headphones and a wide variety of toys. They also sell practical items such as travel irons, adaptors and so on. You can even get ahead of the game and buy a Christmas tree (artificial, of course!)

Their time spent working as employees for other entrepreneurs has clearly paid dividends, and they now have their own family-run business right in the heart of Benidorm. Laly says he’s pleased with the way things have turned out, so expect him (and his family) to be a permanent fixture in the market for some time to come. 

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  1. Lali and family

Lali and his family would like to express their thanks to the EWN for an excellent write-up – they say that it is the kindest thing that anyone has ever done for them.

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