Two brands have been recognised in both the franchisor and franchisee awards in the BFA/HSBC Franchise Awards 2019.
The UK Italian street food chain, Wolf that offers fresh, healthy Italian meals has welcomed franchisee, Ehsan Shammasizadeh.
U.S.-based after-school programme and camp, Code Ninjas, which teaches children how to code by building video games is looking to expanding into the UK.
Steve and Sue Pasco, Subway Business Development Agents with 15 franchise stores, have opened the first drive-thru Subway in the south of England.
The North American chain, Quick Lane Tyre & Autocentre, has opened its first UK franchised outlet in Reading, Berkshire.
The housekeeping service Bright & Beautiful has welcomed its first ever mother and daughter franchise team, Jane and Katie Brookes.
Ovenu, a UK leading oven valeting franchise, celebrated 25 years of successful business at its recent annual general meeting with its 100-strong network.
Gurpreet Singh, the franchisee of Anytime Fitness Fleet, has broken the global company record for presale memberships by opening his gym with 1,396 members.
German Doner Kebab has announced it is embarking on a major expansion plan for the UK, which will see an investment of over £6m.
Cover story: Winners of the BFA/HSBC Franchise Awards 2019 Two brands, Driver Hire and Window to the Womb, have both been recognised in the franchisor and franchisee awards, which saw Driver Hire taking the title of Franchisor of the Year.
Pip Wilkins explores why businesses should look to enter the Scottish market, and why businesses in the region should look to start franchising.