Making It Work: Belfast gym equipment company goes from strength to strength
Blk Box sells its products to gyms and sporting bodies around the world, and is now expanding its offering to consumers at home
As the founder of Blk Box, Gregory Bradley is at the helm of a growing company with annual revenues of £10 million and ambitious plans for expansion in 2021.
The 32-year-old had a very different start in business, however, cutting his teeth at college as a part-time importer of high street clothing for resale online.
“I was buying Abercrombie & Fitch clothing in bulk and selling it online to fund my social life the whole time...
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