Supercuts, the number one hair care franchise in the U.S., has launched a new franchise model in the UK as it prepares for a surge in business growth.
TaxAssist Accountants has won Best Franchise in the annual Best Franchise Awards. The other two winners were ActionCoach and Diddi Dance.
Dum Dum Donutterie, the artisan doughnut and croissant store, is now offering franchises in the UK and internationally.
Anytime Fitness franchise, the fastest growing fitness chain in the world, has expanded its property team with six new members to accelerate the company’s rollout in the UK.
“We did a lot of research and looked seriously at around three franchise opportunities. However, something stood out about the Tutor Doctor franchise.”
The latest issue of Franchise World magazine is available to view online now! Front cover feature: Supercuts, the number one hair care franchise in the U.S., has launched a new franchise model in the UK as it prepares for a surge in business growth.
The British Franchise Association has appointed Pip Wilkins as its new chief executive, succeeding Brian Smart who is retiring after 27 years in the role.
Entries are open for the 27th BFA/HSBC Franchisor of the Year awards. The awards will be presented as part of the BFA annual conference in June.
The Spring National Franchise Exhibition will be held at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, on Friday and Saturday, February 19 and 20.
Dream Doors, the kitchen makeover franchise, has reported that it has received its best ever Checkatrade average customer rating of 9.7 out of 10.
For more than 20 years Maid2Clean has provided over 2.5 million cleans to private residential homes. This is a high margin business with automated residual income.
Papa John’s are expanding. It is one of the largest pizza delivery franchise companies with over 4,500 stores worldwide. Previous fast-food experience is not required.
The Ovenu franchise is a rapidly developing and established global network of domestic oven cleaning, oven valeting and oven detailing specialists.
Brian Duckett, of the Franchising Centre, discusses the vexed question as to whether the under-declaration of turnover by franchisees is acceptable? Naturally enough the theoreticians – the lawyers and the less-experienced franchisors and advisers – immediately reply with comments such as ‘None’, ‘It is theft’ and ‘We have a zero-tolerance policy’.