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Expansion for medical group


A medical group, with branches scattered throughout the UK and overseas, has opened two new practices in London and Manchester. Este Medical Group, which opened its


first UK branch in Birmingham in 2015, has opened new clinics in Salford in Manchester and in Earls Court in London. Este’s London branch is the


largest aesthetic clinic in the UK, treating up to 300 clients a day. Both new locations offer the same non-surgical treatments and procedures as the other UK based branches, including the HydraFacial laser hair growth treatment and laser hair removal treatment. The business was


established in Turkey in 1994, and has since expanded by


opening numerous sites across the UK, Romania, Italy, Turkey, and Bangladesh. Managing Director, Sam Cinkir, joined Este Medical in 2012 and opened the first UK- based branch in 2015. The openings are part of managing director Sam Cinkir’s vision to grow Este Medical Group rapidly across the world. Sam has said that his


vision is to make aesthetic procedures affordable and available to everybody, no matter a person’s background, religion, or race. On the business’


expansion, Sam said: “We are expanding our family worldwide. I don't even see Este as a business, or a clinic, or a


New venues: Sam Cinkir


brand; Este is a culture, an environment, a family.”


Progress report on inclusion released


A progress report aimed at boosting Asian participation in football has been released by The Football Association. Asian communities comprise the largest


ethnic minority group in the UK, but within grassroots football, male and female Asian participation of those aged 16 and over stands at 10.7 per cent and 13.5 per cent respectively. But the number of professional players of Asian heritage is significantly lower. The ‘Bringing Opportunities to Communities’


inclusion plan progress report highlights steps which have been made to make Asian inclusion a priority, ensuring Asian inclusion is embedded at grassroots level, raising the profile of women in football and improving engagement with Asian communities. The FA’s head of diversity and inclusion


strategic programmes, Dal Darroch, said: “We’re proud of the progress made so far and we will continue to work closely with Asian communities and our stakeholders so that we can strive to make our game truly inclusive.”


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