Having taken the reigns of the Kamani Property Group, CEO Adam Kamani opens up about how his grandfather came from Kenya and founded a UK business dynasty and how he has set his sights on a real estate empire.The cool office Meeting property expert Adam Kamani in his swanky Ancoats office is an experience in itself.The 28 year old ushers me in to his pristine white pad, complete with air hockey table and funky wall art, above the low key entrance on Tariff Street.Adam had already co founded fashion business PrettyLittleThing with his brother Umar when he began focusing on property two years ago.”If you fell out with your friends you still had your family and that mentality has been with us since we were born.For example Adam’s grandfather set up a market stall after arriving in Manchester selling handkerchiefs and towels. They had a warehouse which would supply most of the high street brands.Reminiscing on the move to e commerce, Adam said: “I think my Dad realised that online was becoming more of a thing and if someone else could do it then so could we, and we could do it better.”The word losing isn’t in my Dad’s vocabulary. He had a tough upbringing in terms of having to work hard and sleep in the van and travelling to various cities through the night.”He really had to work his backside off but that is what has made him the businessman he is today he’s been through those hard times.”Growing up in this business focused family has clearly inspired the savvy young entrepreneur to be the man he is today..
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