How did the idea for your business come about?
Our Founder and Chairman, Mike Davies (MBE) started the Principle Healthcare business in 2002. Mike created a business that truly meets people’s individual needs with specialist Healthcare products of the highest quality.
Principle Healthcare has different brands. Which brand industry do you find the most competitive?
Principle Healthcare have products in every category of the Health Supplements industry – all the sectors that Principle Healthcare operate in are highly competitive, particularly where we compete with products from China/India etc.
How do you ensure quality and consistency whilst at the same time remaining competitive?
Principle Healthcare operate on a platform of high quality of product –all of our customers require quality and understand that quality has a cost.eg ingredients, testing, audits etc.
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The inaugural CommonwealthFirst trade mission will see a delegation of twelve outstanding UK SMEs travel to Delhi for the India-UK Tech Summit on 7-9 November.
The India-UK Tech Summit will be attended by UK Prime Minister Theresa May on her first bilateral visit since her appointment in July 2016.
The delegation will be led by Manoj Ladwa, Member of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council Advisory Board, who said “the India-UK Tech Summit will be a fantastic opportunity for these fast growing UK SMEs – many of whom are exploring the Indian market for the first time.”
The first cohort of Commonwealth Export Champions was selected in July 2016 and represent the best of what British business has to sell to the world. Companies are drawn from the manufacturing, healthcare, education, technology, food & beverage and fashion industries.
The Export Champions will be accompanied by CommonwealthFirst mentors including representatives of the Confederation of Indian Industry, De La Rue, JCB, Taylor Rubber and Clarks Legal to provide guidance for entering the enormous Indian market.
During the mission, interactions are being hosted by the British High Commission, British Council, Confederation of Indian Industry, Ministry of Commerce and Industry and the India Observer Research Foundation.
UK SMEs can apply to become part of the second cohort of CommonwealthFirst Export Champions via: www.commonwealthfirst.org. Applications close on 4th December and the second cohort will be announced in January 2017.