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Our franchisor interviews have been designed to give you an insight into specific franchise businesses and how they were started. By interviewing the franchisor, we can arm you with their perspective on areas such as the business itself, why they chose to go down the franchising route, their achievements and challenges, and what they look for in a successful franchisee - vital information for those considering franchising their own business or becoming a franchisee themselves.


Interview with Sanjay Roy, Founder of The Fruit and Veg Man

Sanjay Roy is the founder of The Fruit and Veg Man, the only fruit and veg franchise in the UK.  Before starting The Fruit and Veg Man, Sanjay enjoyed a career in fitness. It was during lockdown that Sanjay, like many others, found himself being furloughed. Sajay decided to spend his time productively, helping others to have access to nutritious, top-notch fruits and vegetables, while also raising funds for his local hospice. Thus, The Fruit and Veg Man was born. Demand for the business grew quickly, and in 2022, Sanjay started the process of franchising his business.  The Fruit and Veg Man now has 4 franchisees with plans to develop across the UK.

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Interview of Liam Hobbs, Franchisor of More Than Loft Ladders

Liam Hobbs is the Franchisor of More Than Loft Ladders, a franchise that helps home owners take advantage of unused space in their homes by offering high quality loft solutions; they make homes bigger at a fraction of the cost of a builder.  Like many people, Liam spent years moving from job to job, trying to figure out what he wanted to do with his life. It wasn’t until he was 46 years old that he finally found his lifelong career path. In this interview, Liam shares his story of how he went from a delivery driver to owning a UK-wide franchise business.

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Interview with Geoff Hunt, Franchisor RZ-Clean-Seal

Geoff Hunt has always had a passion for solving problems and doing things differently than following the Status Quo! After many years in retail, he started in the service industry in 2008 and clearly found his passion. After seeing how the industry approached Kitchen Extraction Maintenance, Geoff set out to find a better way for both clients and his team, and that was the birth of RZ-CLEAN-SEAL®. Geoff’s skills lie in business support and working with his team and Franchisees to develop themselves and their business.

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Interview with Bill Sunner co-founders of Wingers

My background is in sandwich shops.  We’d started out as a premium brand but found our £1 sandwiches and baguets flew off the shelves best and quickly expanded to ten sites, some of which were franchised and some wholly owned.  Ultimately, price rises meant it was difficult to sustain the £1 model, so from our production facility we moved into wholesale, supplying schools, colleges and football clubs. However, back in 2012, I read an article that confirmed 1.2 million chicken wings were sold over one weekend during the Superbowl.   It was a lightbulb moment.  

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Interview with Founder of UK Auto Pro, Mark Saunders

There isn’t anything Mark Saunders doesn’t know about window tinting, having been a mobile technician for over 10 years himself.  He set up UK Auto Pro in 2019.  Initially employing technicians, he struggled to reach the levels of service he wanted to provide customers with due to lack of commitment from the technicians. He realised he needed individuals who would be invested in delivering results and always putting the customer first, which led him to go down the franchise route.  He employed his first franchisee a year later, and now has 5 covering central England.  Mark is looking to expand his business across the UK and looking for likeminded individuals to join UK Auto Pro. Marks tells his story…

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Q&A with Amran Sunner, founder of Wingers

Amran Sunner is one of the founders of Wingers – the Chicken Wing company.   We spoke to Amran to find out more about how the business came about and this exciting franchise opportunity.

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Interview with Stephen Hopper, Founder and CEO of Plan Burrito

Stephen Hopper is the CEO and Founder of Plan Burrito, the fastest growing multi-award winning Tex-Mex franchise operation in the UK.  Plan Burrito opened their first store in 2015 in Loughborough.  Due to phenomenal success, Stephen realised there was a huge demand for this type of food and that the only way to achieve national coverage was to franchise.  In 2022, the first franchise opened.  Plan Burrito is now expanding rapidly but controlled, with plans to expand internationally too by way of master licence agreements.

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Interview with Founder of Dolce Desserts, Kamila Khan

Kamila Khan is the Founder of Dolce Desserts.  Kamila graduated at 21 years old and sought inspiration via the hearty cafes seen in and around the hotspots of Europe. In 2014, Kamila created Dolce Desserts, which embodies the sweet touch of Italy now found in the UK. Kamila has built the brand to 9 stores with plans to have 15 open by the end of the year.

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Interview with Freddie St George, Raring2go!

Freddie St George MBE realised very early on that he was not “good employee” material and so since leaving university, he has always been in business for himself. In 2006, he bought Raring2go! franchise, a low cost, mature and proven franchise business that produces a magazine and website that connects local businesses with local families.  It was already an existing franchise but Freddie stripped it back and rebuild it so that it was a far more robust, sustainable and profitable franchise business.  Outside of work and business, Freddie’s passion is for classic Minis and an annual fundraising motoring event he organises called ‘The Italian Job’, which since 1990, the event has raised over £3 million for children’s charities. Read more about Freddie and the Raring2go! opportunity...

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Interview with Firoz Hafeji, Co-Founder of WingTrapp

Firoz Hafeji is one three friends who founded Wingtrapp in 2018.  They opened their first Wingtrapp store in Leicester.  They spent the next 4 years solidifying their concept and setting up the right foundations and infrastructure to allow them to franchise. They now have 3 franchisees in Birmingham, Nottingham and Coventry sites with a number of franchisees in the pipeline set to open over the next 12 months. Their mission is simple, to be recognised as the best Gourmet chicken offering in the UK.

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