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‘But at first it was a pretty tight squeeze.’From that cramped beginning in 1999, Wendy built a business now responsible for £70 million worth of clothes and jewellery sales in department stores across the UK.Today, her fashion concession firm, Hallett Retail, employs 500 people, including 60 in a Manchester warehouse and 35 in the London head office.
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But far more challenging than an awkward workspace was Wendy’s diagnosis at the age of 39 with the rare blood cancer Hodgkin lymphoma in 2004.
The business was then five years old — still small, but beginning to take off — and the children were at primary school and both aged under ten.‘It was a terrifying time and very emotional because I had such young children,’ she says, now 53.
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