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Cardiff Bay Chiropractic to be the Premier Chiropractic Centre in Wales and South West

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Santander Corporate & Commercial has provided £225,000 in new funding to Cardiff Bay Chiropractic, which is now hoping to become the leading chiropractic centre in Wales and the South West. The company has grown substantially since being founded seven years, driven by a comprehensive range of modern chiropractic technologies, strong customer service and an excellent reputation. The most recent financial year saw revenues grow by 40%, and strong growth is forecast going forward. The funding from Santander will be used to transform CBC's 36 West Bute Street facility into a centre of excellence that will include state-of-the-art patient rooms, a yoga studio, seminar and massage facilities, and a client gym. Ashley Charlton, Relationship Director, Santander Corporate & Commercial, said: ‘Cardiff Bay Chiropractic has real momentum behind it in its quest to be the leading centre of its type in Wales and the wider South West. Founders Dr. Ben D.C. and Isabel have a very clear sense of what their customers need, and they are building a business that will continue to be strongly differentiated in the market.’

 

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