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Josh turns his passion into his dream business

Starting a new business can be a daunting task, for anyone but starting a new business when your young can be even more of a challenge, especially in the midst of the current Covid-19 emergency, but that’s what Huyton resident Josh Maloney has done. 

Josh, 19 and coming straight out of college has established his very own ‘JFM Lifestyle and Workwear’. Josh, a former pupil at Cardinal Heenan and Liverpool Football College decided he wanted the excitement of managing his own business and set about researching his passion for clothes.

But his research took him in a number of directions than he originally thought, with his philosophy of providing affordable high-quality clothing, workwear and accessories, Josh’s journey is about to enter a new exciting phase.

In May 2020, Josh will launch his website, ‘JFM Lifestyle and Workwear; this will be a full ecommerce website, offering an extensive range of clothing for all ages, styles and seasonal colours as well the very latest in workwear and personal protection equipment, many from leading brands. 

As a statement of commitment to growing the company, and alongside the launch of the website and, Josh is delighted to announce that JFM have become members of the UK’s Trade Association the safety industry, The British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF), and part of the BSIF’s Registered Safety Supplier Scheme (RSSS). 

As it stands today, JFM are the only locally owned company in Knowsley area to be registered members of the BSIF. 

The finishing touches to launching the company and website has seen JFM become members of Knowsley Chamber of Commerce, which has enabled Josh to access a wide range of training and support, as well as providing excellent networking opportunities. 

Watch out for the website when it launches, and look for www.jfmpp.co.uk. You can contact Josh at info@jfmpp.co.uk or by telephone on 0151 705 0709.

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