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From $3b to $10b: what’s next for Zuru

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Zuru, the group which started life as a toy company in a Cambridge garage more than 20 years ago, says it is on a quest to reimagine tomorrow.

Founded by the NBR Lister Mowbray family, the business now spans three divisions – toys, consumer goods and construction – and has more than 5000 staff

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