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Small Business Series: Mike Wright went from delivering milk to delivering ink.

Dita De Boni Mon, 26 Jul 2021

At the age of 62, and having run a milk delivery business for 35 years, Christchurch-based Mike Wright decided at the end of last year to buy a franchise for a business he knew nothing much about – ink cartridges, toners and printers.

The business he was buying, Cartridge World Christchurch

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