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of Mr Electric
Jeff Longley, owner of Mr. Electric Birmingham, recently secured a huge contract with the McDonald’s in his local area. Jeff and his team have been installing LED lights at his local store in order to help them save money on their energy and maintenance bills.
of Papa John's
Leading pizza franchise, Papa John's, has announced the opening of its second Swansea store. Umar Malik, who opened his first Papa John's in Swansea in November has now recruited a further 18 staff members to work at the new outlet.
Nottinghamshire-based Jeff Lee joined the Auditel Cost Management Franchise this February. Until recently, he had been Executive Advisor with Toyoda Gosei, part of the Toyota Group.
of Card Connection
Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection has today announced that it is to give away a year’s supply of greetings cards at the Scottish Franchise Shows!
of Mail Boxes Etc.
Mail Boxes Etc. have scored a hat trick this month. Not just one but three new franchisees have opened their own Mail Boxes Etc. stores this month.
of Jasper's Catering
Jasper’s Catering Franchise Ltd is has signed a supplier deal that will bring huge benefits to its growing network of franchisees.
Franchise Finance, the leading broker in the franchise sector, hosted a breakfast event last week at the iconic Gherkin building in London to discuss the impact of the UK’s economic growth and the latest Budget announcement on the industry.
of Papa John's
Leading Pizza franchise, Papa John’s, has announced it will attend the Scottish Franchise Show to be held on Friday 24 April at Hamilton Park Racecourse near Glasgow as part of its continued UK expansion plans.
We are pleased to announce the finalists for the NatWest EWIF Awards 2015. These awards are designed to bring together the best women in the industry and celebrate their successes.
Over the past few weeks, a number of Auditel’s Cost Management franchisees have renewed their agreements for a further five years. They tend to do so, after 5, 10 and even 15 years, due to consistently achieving their financial goals and the quality of life they want for themselves and their families.