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.
Turtle Tots has received international recognition for its baby swimming programme by the U.S.-based Mom’s Choice Awards.
Cover story: Turtle Tots has received international recognition for its baby swimming programme, by being named amongst the best in family-friendly educational services by the Mom’s Choice Awards.
Amadeus, the catering services company that operates franchises with Starbucks and Subway has added a further food and beverage franchise to its portfolio, Barrel & Stone.
The children’s music class franchise, Monkey Music, has announced a new partnership with Izzy Judd, the musician and author.
Signarama UK has been acquired by Anas Saltaji, the master licensee for Signarama Canada, where he has grown the network to 49 locations since 2012.
Kall Kwik has its youngest centre director, 29-year-old George Rumball, who has become the new franchisee restoring the brand to the City of London.
If you’re serious about growing your franchise business to a much higher level, there are a number of issues to consider carefully.
Emily Price, of the BFA, discusses the association’s current and future plans to ensure it will be at the forefront of UK franchising.
Neighbourly, the home services company, hosted its third European Reunion in the UK in Manchester, which brought together over 350 franchisees from four countries.