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Giles Cadman is Chairman of The Cadman Capital Group, a group of cohesive, complementary companies, operating in the international trade, retail, leisure and investment markets.

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How To Use Your Skills To Improve The Lives Of Others

Date: January 19, 2018 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Paying It Forward: Giving Back As An Entrepreneur

Paying it forward is a series by Giles Cadman about his personal journey to finding ways to give back and make a difference. To read the first in the series, click here. If you haven’t been...

Paying It Forward: How To Give Back As An Entrepreneur

Date: January 3, 2018 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Paying It Forward: Giving Back As An Entrepreneur

 You may have heard of the term “pay it forward.” Whether it’s because this is something you practice, or it’s because you saw the 2000 film with Helen Hunt (and cried) – I’m not one...

Creating an All-Star Event: The Story of Mahi Mayhem

Date: May 12, 2017 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Creating an All-Star Event: The Story of Mahi Mayhem

The first weekend in May, 2017 marked the inaugural Mahi Mayhem fishing tournament in the British Virgin Islands and I couldn’t be happier. I’m an avid sportfisherman, and it’s been a dream...

Series: The Importance of Trade Skills in 2017: Part 1

Date: February 28, 2017 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Series: Stimulating Business Growth in Rural Areas

There is a certain feeling you get when you work with your hands. A certain sense of pride and satisfaction like no other. For those new to the series, I’ve decided to write about the need to...

Series: Stimulating Business Growth in Rural Areas: Intro

Date: February 24, 2017 Author: Giles Cadman Categories: Series: Stimulating Business Growth in Rural Areas

For an entrepreneur, business growth is always exciting. But that doesn’t mean you need to live in a big city to flourish! I’m a small-town English boy at heart, from rural Sussex. I’ve had...


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