‘Four cliches’ are the recipe for success

IMRAN Hakim, the Bolton businessman who secured backing for his iTeddy invention on BBC's Dragons' Den, has said his success was based on "four cliches".

Speaking at an event organised by Future Pro-Manchester, a networking group for younger members of the city's financial and professional services sector, Mr Hakim outlined his business philosophy.

He said this consisted of four cliches: anybody can do it; never fear failure; embrace change; and think positive.

"Negativity eats up potential," said Mr Hakim, "posit... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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