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FACER. partners with Dragons’ Den winners

The Leeds-based printed packaging company partnered with PerfectTed following its TV success

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FACER. recently celebrated 85 years in the print and packaging industry

FACER. which services a number of well-known brands with printed packaging has provided a new packaging solution for PerfectTed which acquired investment from Peter Jones and Steven Bartlett last year on the BBC’s Dragon’s Den.

Teddie Levenfiche and Marisa Poster, founders of PerfectTed entered the Den to obtain £50,000 in investment for a 5% stake in the business which produces matcha green tea products in order promote positive energy and wellbeing to tackle mental health disorders.

The company ended its TV appearance by gaining the investment in exchange for a 10% stake in the business which was split between entrepreneurs Peter Jones and Steven Bartlett.

FACER. provided PerfectTed with a gable-topped envelope-based carton pack to house seven sachets of PerfectTed’s single serve matcha as well as a shelf-ready solution to hold 12 packs in retail stores.

Managing Director of FACER. Luke Wilson comments: “I have been obsessed with Dragons’ Den and what it represents since it first aired in 2005 and can categorically state that it was a major contributor to fuelling the fire in my business belly in my early 20’s. After seeing PerfectTed smash its Dragons’ Den pitch out of the ballpark and secure investment from Steven Bartlett and Peter Jones, this is a client win we are very proud of. 

“We are big fans of the brand, the founders, and the team and are glad we could support them with a new product launch that required creative structural engineering through to manufacture of two complementing packaging formats. Good thing we had some clean Matcha energy to keep us going!”

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