Franchisee success stories
From Pizza Delivery Driver to Papa John's Franchisee!
Former pizza delivery driver, Siddhartha Chirumamilla (Sid), became a Papa John’s franchisee five years ago and runs stores in the South East of England plus the Scottish Rutherglen, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Falkirk. Currently Sid runs 11 Papa John’s and he has plans to open more in the future.Read more
Scottish Franchise Week 2018
Back for the 14th year running is Scottish Franchise Week 2018. The week is packed with both educational and networking events, all aimed at raising the profile of franchising in Scotland. We have outlined all the key dates you need to know including the flagship Business Breakfast, local franchisee networking groups, franchise seminars and a social event for those in the franchise industry.
Franchising in Scotland
Scotland is an exciting place to be right now and, not for the first time, we are attracting more attention around the world than our geographic size might ordinarily warrant.
Business is good, but there is always room for improvement; opportunities are plentiful but we can never have too many of them. One particularly strong source of opportunity here in Scotland is franchising; and you've certainly come to the right place to find out more about it.Read more...
Scottish franchise news
Business is booming for TaxAssist Accountants Edinburgh
Since 2010 Renee Mackay has built up a client base of over 1,200 small and medium-sized businesses with a fee bank of £800,000 and 15 employees.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
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