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UK franchisee stories
Interview with Joggy Dhillon of Domino's Pizza, Coleraine and Omagh
Domino’s franchisee Joggy Dhillon, opened his first Domino’s store in 2004 and has built up a second successful franchise in 2010. Find out how Joggy discovered the Domino's opportunity and his experience of building up his franchise businesses. Read more..
TOPC's guide: Investigating franchising with confidence
When choosing a franchise, it is important to carry out extensive research on the reputation of the franchisor, the market they operate in as well as the product or services that they provide. The Original Poster Company discuss the ins and outs of this investigative process. Read more..
In the 27 years since the BFA was establsihed, the not-for-profit association has become the voice of franchising across the UK and a cornerstone of franchising around the world. So what does that mean for prospective franchisees? It means a lot. For franchisors, gaining bfa membership involves accreditation against a strict set of criteria, which primarily relate to their franchise agreement; financial sustainability; franchisee support offered; and a full and fair disclosure of relevant information to prospective franchisees.
Trust me; there’s more to marketing than just the shiny shoes of social media. The role of marketing is to communicate our products and services effectively to the people that have a deep underlying need for our products or services. This means we have to identify the communication channels that lead us to our prospects. This may or may not include social networking and online advertising.