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Help sought for Giltrow’s return

Mark Giltrow, ex-boss of Camper UK and former head of sales at Levi’s, Criminal and Boxfresh, is to be flown back to the UK after he fell into a coma in Thailand after contracting dengue fever.

Giltrow is in a semi-comatose state and has been breathing without a ventilator for a week.

His partner, Mel Martinez, said the cost of flying Giltrow back with a medical team would be about £25,000. To make a donation, email

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