If you’re thinking about buying a franchise, one of the first things to consider is whether to join a large conglomerate or a new franchise business.
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Deborah Salsbury has recruited her fourth franchisee for The Reading Doctor after beginning her franchising journey just under a year ago.
WorkBuzz, the specialist franchise research company, has announced the winners of The Best Franchise Awards 2019 sponsored by Lloyds Bank, which were presented at the annual Best Franchise Conference.
With over 32 locations and counting, Camile is rapidly growing its sustainable and healthy business online and offline.
Code Ninjas, the U.S.-based children’s after-school programme and camp, has announced the opening of the eleventh UK centre in West London.
Just Shutters, the window shutter company with 19 franchisees, reports that last year it had its highest sales of £27.4m with almost 16,000 orders.
The parent and child sensory activity franchise, Baby Sensory, has announced that it has partnered with the charity OnSide Youth Zones to launch BabyZone.
Duck & Dry, the on-trend London hair styling and blow dry bar, reports that it is now offering further franchises beyond the capital as it looks to expand nationwide.
KellyDeli, which owns the international sushi counter franchise brand Sushi Daily, has opened two new outlets in the UK after collaborating with Asda.