South East England franchise owners & news
Paul Geoghegan bought his WPA franchise in Surrey as a resale in 2013. The previous owner had been running it for 16 years; so it was, and still is, a very established franchise in the local area, and one of the leading franchises in the WPA network. Paul has now decided it is the right time for him to retire and so is looking to sell his franchise business. In this interview, Paul talks about why he bought a WPA franchise, the key selling points and why he recommends buying a resale. read more
Are you a franchisee in the South East?
If so, you may be interested in attending a bfa Local Franchise Network.
This a great opportunity for you to meet with other franchisees to exchange ideas and talk about
how you can raise awareness of your business and franchising in the South East.
The dates for 2017 are:
To find out more about attending click here
- 9th February (Milton Keynes)
- 1st March (Oxford)
- 3rd May (Oxford)
- 17th May (Milton Keynes)
- 4th September (Oxford)
- 21st September (Milton Keynes)
Franchising in the South East
Tony Bowman QFP, managing director of etyres and chair of the South East regional forum of the British Franchise Association (bfa), talks to us about franchising in the region
Enterprise is thriving in the South East and franchising is playing a key role in the continued success, offering new and exciting opportunities for ambitious entrepreneurs.
I relish my role as chair of the South East regional bfa forum, where we all gather quarterly to share our knowledge, whether we have years of experience in the industry or are new to franchising.
With our burgeoning cities and market towns, being based in the South East has big advantages. Innovation and prosperity abound and our influence radiates out across the country.
From a business point of view there are few better places to be. The same is true for franchising. Read more on franchising in the South East