Worcester Firm Fancy Dress Worldwide Keeps On Growing
EXPANSION: Matthew Bean, graduate surveyor at St Modwen, Jonathan Green, director of Asset Management at St Modwen and Dominic Portman, owner at Fancy Dress Worldwide. Click here or on the photo to be directed to the press coverage
Growing City Firm Fancy Dress Worldwide Enjoys Halloween Boost
SUCCESS STORY: Dom Portman with Councillor Lucy Hodgson, chairman of Worcester City Council’s place and economic development sub-committee, and members of the Fancy Dress Worldwide team dressed in Halloween outfits. Click here or on the photo to be directed to the press coverage
Award Win For Uni Student Fancy Dress Business
WINNER: Dominic Portman with Tim Sawyer, chief executive of the Start Up Loans Company and Yasmina Siadatan, winner of The Apprentice season five and creative director of Start Up Loans. Click here or on the photo to be directed to the press coverage
An award presented to Fancy Fresher before our transition to Fancy Dress Worldwide.
A Gap In The Market
Before there was Fancy Dress Worldwide, there was Fancy Fresher. A company endorsed by Dominic Portman, supplying university students with all their fancy dress needs throughout Freshers’ Week. Click here to be directed to the press coverage.
Fancy Dress Goes Worldwide
Fancy Dress Worldwide continues to grow with the recent acquisition of a 14,000 sq ft square foot unit in the centre of Worcester and support from Worcestershire Business Central. Click here to be directed to the press coverage.
The Talent 2018: Showcasing Future Talent
ENTREPRENEURS: Dom Portman, founder of Fancy Dress Worldwide.
In March 2016, Dom turned his part time business, the Fancy Fresher pack, into a full time career. Since then, he’s grown the business to 7,000 products, employs 27 people, taken 256,000 orders and developed three unique software processes. Click here to be directed to the press coverage.
Since this article was written, we have grown further, stocking around 16,000 products with 300,000 yearly customers in over 60 countries.