Franchisee success stories
Interview: From employee to franchisee with Minuteman Press!
Keith Cohan has had many different jobs across the years in a variety of sectors, but he always envisaged that one day he would own his own business. While he was working at a Minuteman Press Printing franchise in Falkirk the stores franchisee was looking to retire and Keith knew that this was his chance to own his own business in an industry he knew. Learn about Keith's journey from employee to franchisee and the successes he has benefitted from Minuteman Press!Read more
Scottish franchise news
My Driving Miss Daisy journey so far
Ann Overdijking has reached the 6-month milestone in her Driving Miss Daisy journey, and she has loved every minute of it! Though being the first Driving Miss Daisy franchisee in Scotland was daunting initially, with hard work, determination and a lot of pre-planning, Ann’s business is going from strength to strength, so much so that Ann is already planning on buying her second wheelchair accessible vehicle. Read why Ann loves being part of a franchise that cares for its clients and is making a huge difference in the lives of the elderly and vulnerable population.Read more
Looking to franchise your business?
If you are running a successful business in Scotland, the time may be right to look to expand it. Franchising is an excellent method of expanding an already successful business but that's not to say that it is right for every business. In our Franchise Your Business section we look at the benefits of franchising a business, we help you to identify if your business is franchiseable and we outline the steps to franchising a business. You can also contact franchise consultants to enquire about franchising your own business. Read More
Why chose a bfa franchise opportunity in ScotlandDeciding to become a franchisee is not an easy decision, nor is finding one to meet your expectations, skills and personality. However, the British Franchise Association (bfa) aims to make the journey of those looking to buy a franchise in Scotland both smooth and enjoyable. Formed in 1977, the bfa is a non-profit trade association for ethical franchising in the UK, providing guidance to prospective franchisees as to what ethical opportunities are available, and offering impartial advice every step of the way. Read more on why bfa membership is important...
By Richard Holden, Lloyds Bank
Small business is the lifeblood of the Scottish economy and plays a fundamental role in the countryâ€™s success. Confidence is growing amongst business owners in Scotland according to recent reports that indicate the availability of affordable finance is now considered to be significantly higher than twelve months ago. Read More