FBU Awards 2021 – Vote for us

We have been honoured again to be shortlisted for the Family Business United ‘Family Business of the Year’ award. Considering the times that we are living in, with 2020 being one of the most challenging years of all, testing us and pushing us to adapt, these awards and many like this have become a real beacon of hope. Independent family businesses all over the nation receiving recognition for their hard efforts, giving them that much needed inspiration they need to battle through 2021 with strong determination. 

Caribbean Blinds has now stepped into its 34th anniversary, now a second generation run family business, the company has taken leaps to refresh its approach to the growing industry. Over the past four years the two brothers, Stuart & Bradley Dantzic have worked tirelessly to excel the company and solidify its position at the forefront, providing the finest external shading systems that offer style, clever engineering and durability whilst offering expert advice and an exceptional service that ensures a smooth transition for clients who look to seek the very best. 

Caribbean Blinds | Factory | External Shading

Our success over the years is owed to our dedicated team, some of which have been with us for 15+ years, some would say they are a part of the furniture. It’s their loyalty and continued passion that has helped the company to be able to build the reputable brand that it is today, without them we would not have gotten as far as we have. Our team are the true family and if you are going to vote, vote for them, they deserve the recognition. 

This year we are up against 14 other well established family businesses in East Anglia for the ‘Peoples Choice’ award, this is where we are seeking your support, we only ask for two seconds of your time to cast your vote, using the link below you can help Caribbean Blinds and its team set a new milestone. We appreciate your support. 

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