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Vitabiotics enjoys the healthy benefits of keeping it in the family

Tej Lalvani’s designs on the family business started young. Aged eight, he ambitiously demanded that his father had business cards made up for him for the position of “scientist”. Not long after that, the precocious would-be executive was trying to muscle in on designing packaging for the company’s vitamin products.

The Times, September 27 2017

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My money…Tej Lalvani

TEJ LALVANI is the new Dragon on the BBC’s Dragons’ Den, the hit show that recently entered its 15th series. His day job is CEO of Vitabiotics, the largest vitamin company in the UK by value sales, with a current group turnover of more than £300million a year. The company was founded in 1971 by his scientist father Professor Kartar Lalvani, the company’s chairman, but has grown over the last 20 years under Tej’s leadership to become one of the UK’s leading vitamin companies.

Metro, November 7 2017

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Britain's Dragons Are Now its Best-Known Business People

It’s time to face reality. One can almost hear Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones or another veteran of TV’s hard-bitten entrepreneur dreams-shattering Dragons Den saying it to a hapless contestant whose figures just don’t stack up.

City A.M., September 25 2017

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TEJ LALVANI TALKS VITAMINS AND BUSINESS

A CEO of a multi-million-pound empire who prides himself on being involved in all aspects of the business – that’s Tej Lalvani – a father of two, husband, son and most recently, the newest ‘Dragon in the Den’.

EasternEye, September 6, 2017

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