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From the minute I made the call to the franchisor everything was simple and transparent

of Access4Lofts

Having always wanted to run his own business John Ioneasa started to search for a franchise and came across Access4Lofts. After doing some due diligence, John got in touch with Access4Lofts and the rest as they say is history.

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Frustration in corporate life led Anne Williams to start her journey in Franchising with UKBM

of UK Business Mentoring

Anne Williams journey from franchising to running her own business started with an itch.

The itch was a sense of frustration in her previous role in corporate life. For years she had thought ‘There must be something else for me’, something that would give her satisfaction and a sense of purpose.

Here’s how Anne scratched that itch….

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Redundancy in late 50's is best thing to have happened!

Franchisee Jim Gorrie of UK Business Mentoring

UK Business Mentoring franchisee jim Gorrie talks about how redundancy pushed him into starting a new career in his late 50's. "I still remember the day, place and time I got told my services were no longer required. I remember the shock, the anger, the feeling of loss - after forty years in the corporate world (thirty-five years with one organisation and nearly five with another) I was being cast aside. On reflection I know this wasn’t the case, but I am only human, and I can still recall the irrational range of thoughts and emotions running through my head. As it turned out, it was one of the best things that has happened to me."  

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Children's computing franchise for sale in South East Scotland

Franchisee Lynne Kerr of ComputerXplorers

Looking for a better work / life balance and to be doing something she was passionate about, education and technology, led Lynne Kerr to ComputerXplorers.  Lynne has been running her ComputerXplorers children’s computing franchise in South East Scotland since 2009.  Now over 12 years later, Lynn is looking to sell her established business. Find out about Lynne’s journey with ComputerXplorers and why it is a great opportunity for anyone looking to secure a low cost, lifestyle-based business with a steady income stream in a rapidly growing market.

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Embracing education with open arms

of noRelatedFranchisor

From a young age, Ash Obhrai had been surrounded by educators. With his father as a GCSE Maths examiner, mother as an A-Level Art & Design teacher and aunt as a successful primary school teacher, it was only a matter of time before he too would venture into academia. After working as a tutor alongside his corporate career for 15 years, he decided to turn the tables and launch his own Tutor Doctor business in 2017.

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The Ingredients for a Great Business and a Happy Family

of ActionCOACH

As the COVID-19 pandemic did for many people, it forced Fiaz Sadiq to reconsider his priorities. After many years working 16-hour days and spending long periods away from his family, launching his ActionCOACH franchise in Chesterfield changed that almost overnight. Within six months, Fiaz’s ActionCOACH business was already generating a monthly income of over £11,000 and delivering even more satisfaction than he could ever have hoped for. 

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Valerie purchased her first HMO in 2015 and has built a portfolio of 7 properties

of Platinum Property Partners

Armed with integrity and belief in herself, Valerie has gone on to build a portfolio of seven HMOs with Platinum.

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Before Joining PPP, Faith Staniforth knew little about property - now she's approaching her 5th HMO!

of Platinum Property Partners

Faith knew nothing about property before joining Platinum – now she's closing in on her fifth HMO!

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Platinum Property Partner franchisee eyeing third HMO property

of Platinum Property Partners

After joining Platinum at the start of the pandemic, Dominic is already eyeing his third HMO property

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“I finally feel part of something worthwhile and exciting!”

of Snap-on Tools

38-year-old dad – and step-dad – of five, Dean Giles, has always worked in the motor trade in one form or another. For over twenty years, the experienced mechanic worked for some of the most renowned car manufacturers in the world, remaining close to home in West Kent. Since leaving school aged 16 and starting as an apprentice with Vauxhall, two things have remained constant in his life; his goal to have a great career and his love of Snap-on Tools. Now, he’s combined his two passions, by investing in his own Snap-on franchise in Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks.

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