Nimans has unveiled a new tribute in memory of founder Julian Niman – and it’s got visitors and staff buzzing with interest!
The Manchester-based company made a successful auction bid to secure an iconic bee sculpture which has been placed at the entrance of it’s HQ, previously renamed Julian Niman House.
A plaque reads: “Banks-B. In memory of Julian Niman who like our bee was a colourful character.”
Over 70 painted bees adorned various parts of Manchester this summer and were recently sold to raise over £1m for the Lord Mayor of Manchester’s We Love MCR charity. Julian passed away in January this year, having built his company into a £121m turnover operation. He was aged 64.
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