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Written by rosalind renshaw

Mike Bidwell, former chief executive of Fine & Country, has returned to the franchise business just over a year after quitting.

He has been appointed to run Fine & Country’s new Cambridge office, opening at the end of this month.

Bidwell stepped down as CEO of Fine & Country in April 2011 in order to run the then newly-launched virtual agency, Intero. However, he left Intero and has returned to Fine & Country.

After his departure, he was succeeded by Matthew Pryke, Fine & Country’s own lawyer acting for Fine & Country in its battle against Spicerhaart’s Fine brand. The High Court is expected to deliver its ruling shortly as to whether the latter copied Fine & Country’s ‘lifestyle’ advertising.

Bidwell has nearly 30 years of estate agency experience and has been with Fine & Country for almost a third of that time.

Commenting on his new appointment, Bidwell said: “I am delighted to be heading up the new flagship office.”
The addition of the Cambridge office will mean Fine & Country now has one of the strongest networks in the region, with 20 offices already in East Anglia.

Fine & Country, a highly successful spin-off from the Guild of Professional Estate Agents, has 300 offices worldwide.


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    Is this not just a franchise brand and as such he’s running an office e branded F&C not returning to F&C then?

    • 15 June 2012 15:14 PM
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