Seizing the moment with The Camping and Caravanning Club franchise
Becoming franchisees with The Camping and Caravanning Club has enabled Nicky Sellier and David Weller to realise their ambition to have a business of their own and a completely different lifestyle as well. They share their experience of franchising with us.
Optimistic future with Cartridge World franchise
Javed Akhar initially ran his own business in Glagow but found that the hours were too long and the work was demandings. Impressed by Cartridge World's ethical nature, Javed launched his own franchise business in Paisely and then opened a second in Shawlands.
Better life with The Local Bookkeeper franchise
Fiona is a member of the ICB and a part qualified Accountant coupled with also being a working mum with two children. Fiona needed more flexibility in her working life to give her a better work life balance.
the streat franchise opens in Silverburn
Ireland’s fastest growing café franchise ‘the streat’ has just ‘signed’ Rangers youth coach Chris Queen who’s franchised café opened in Silverburn Shopping Centre in Glasgow on 10th December.
Safety in numbers by franchising with Mail Box Etc
Graham Angus opened his Mail Boxes Etc franchise in July 2005, after meeting MBE at a franchise exhibition in Scotland. He believes becoming a franchisee was one of the best decisions of his life.
Passionate About Time For You
Hazel and Ralph Watson bought the Fife franchise of Time For You in 2005 after running their own carpet and upholstery cleaning business.
Experience of a lifetime with the Ceramic Experience
Shona Gilchrist and her husband decided to take the plunge to launch a franchise business with The Ceramic Experience and share their experience of what took place.
Diversifying business interests
Martin Smith from Edinburgh has been running his own courier delivery business for nearly 10 years when he decided to take up a Jani-King franchise. Whilst a number of people are put off by the idea of working in the cleaning sector, once again Martin went against the trend. “I was looking for an industry that wasn’t just a fad,” he reveals. “Whilst cleaning isn’t the most glamorous sector, there’s truth in the old saying “Where there’s muck there’s money!”
Fiona Fleming, a 25 year old business graduate from Glasgow Caledonian, has been the franchisee of Domino’s in Paisley since June 2007. Together with her footballer husband Paul, Fiona is always looking for ways she can engage with her local community.
All the Signs Point Towards Success
With the forthcoming Scottish Franchise Exhibition talking place on the 8th - 9th of June, Signs Express are showcasing their new franchisees Neil & Carol Fraser from Glasgow and James Bain, franchisee for the Dundee area. They share their experiences and challenges in launching a franchise.