For far too long, there has been an untruth in franchising when the time comes for a franchisee to sell his business and go on to pastures new.
It is no secret that there are several organisations currently interested in acquiring franchised networks to build a stable of such businesses.
Warrens Bakery, one of the UK’s top three craft bakeries and the world’s oldest pasty maker, has announced that it is now offering franchises.
Smith & Henderson, founders of the Best Franchise Awards have named the winners for 2016. The awards were made following their annual Best Franchise Conference.
The British Franchise Association (BFA) reports that its Women In Franchising event was a great success with over a hundred delegates.
The latest franchise resales are listed on www.SellingaFranchise.co.uk. They range from signage, home care services, and greeting cards distribution.
Adam Holmes, Andrew Blackhurst and Nathan Holmes, of Revive! Auto Innovations, have won the top title of BFA/HSBC Franchisee of the Year.
There is a discernable trend for franchisors to describe their franchisees as franchise owners. Seems reasonable and harmless enough. Or does it?
The Encouraging Women into Franchising awards have announced this year’s winners.