Signature Living was founded over a decade ago and it’s been quite a journey since then. As one of the fastest growing businesses in Liverpool, I wanted to share a little bit more about me and where I see us heading in the future.
So last week, I sat down with the media team at Signature Living to answer a quick-fire 20 questions, featuring everything from my favourite book and guilty pleasure to the all-important one, what makes me proud to be a Scouser.
What was your dream job as a child?
I wanted to be a policeman.
The best book you’ve ever read?
My Life and Work – Henry Ford.
What are the causes you care most about?
What would be your number one Desert Island Disc?
Pink Floyd – The Wall.
Your favourite place to go on holiday?
If you could have a super power for the day what would it be?
I’d be invisible.
Who is your favourite Scouser?
Well I’d have to say Katie Kenwright … or John Bishop.
What’s been your biggest failure and what did you learn from it?
Going bankrupt, I learnt to never trust a builder!
Who’s inspired you in your life and career?
How do you switch off from work?
I don’t speak about it after 8pm.
How would you describe Signature Living in 3 words?
Crazy, dynamic and Scouse.
Favourite Signature Party Room at the moment?
If you could buy any building in the world, what would it be and why?
That’s a tough one. But, I’d have to say the Adelphi because it’s sad to see such an iconic building fall into the state it’s in today.
How do you keep a positive mind set?
I focus on my family.
Who are three famous people, dead or alive, that you would invite to an imaginary dinner party and why?
John D Rockefeller, Henry Ford and Sam Walton. Because they’re amazing, aren’t they? Amazing businessmen.
What’s your favourite building in Liverpool?
I’d have to say Martin’s Bank.
You’re a world leader for the day, what do you change?
I’d eradicate poverty.
What’s your guilty pleasure?
Pork scratchings. They are really disgusting aren’t they!
What makes you proud to be a Scouser?
The camaraderie between the people, it’s us against the world.
Where do you see Signature Living heading in the next 10 years?
World domination … no, only kidding! I think Signature Living will give a different kind of option to the vanilla hotels that are out there. There’s a huge scope for group accommodation, so there should be one in every city.
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