Start-ups wanted for ITV show

ITV is looking for people who have either recently set up or are in the process of starting up their own business with a partner, family member or friend to take part in a 20-part series to be broadcast in May.

ITV is looking for people who have either recently set up or are in the process of starting up their own business with a partner, family member or friend to take part in a 20-part series to be broadcast in May.

ITV is looking for people who have either recently set up or are in the process of starting up their own business with a partner, family member or friend to take part in a 20-part series to be broadcast in May.

The series, as yet untitled, will look at how relationships are affected by the stresses and strains of starting a business and what can be done to resolve these problems. The programme will be presented by Tracey Cox, a relationship counsellor who presents Would Like To Meet on BBC2.

Participants will spend 2 days with Tracey, doing a variety of relationship exercises designed to illustrate some of the problems that can arise from working with partners, family members and friends. She will then advise how to solve these problems.

Dave Hodgkinson of Prospect Pictures, which is making the programme, emphasises that it will be “light and fun”, whilst also being “of benefit” to the participants as well as providing valuable publicity for their business. He stresses that it is not a “hidden camera” show and will not make those appearing seem foolish.

Filming on the show has already started and will continue until the beginning of May. It will be broadcast at 6pm on weekdays throughout May. To apply or to find out more, call 020-8877 5525/5527 or email tvshow@prospect-uk.com. Hodgkinson says the team are happy to chat about what the programme will entail.

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