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WHEN SUT Parmar's baby girl was born, he decided that the long hours demanded by his grocery store and off licence had to come to an end. Up each day at 6.30am to visit his local Cash and Carry store before opening his shop at 8am and closing at 9pm at night, he had spent five exhausting years building a successful business, but his quality of life was not great and family time was virtually non existent.
"I was making good money" Mr Parmar explains, "but I had substantial overheads and, after all, what use is plenty of money if you have no time to enjoy it?" Once he and his wife had made the decision to sell their shop, he started to …