It All Adds Up With Kumon
Instructor Ella Ritchie opened her study centre in Linlithgow in January 2003. “I have a degree in maths and English and I also worked as an accountant for many years,” says Ritchie. “I have young children so I wanted to do something that was flexible. I was also keen to have my own business. Kumon combines a lot of attractive things for me.”
Repairing Plumbings' Battered Image
Paisley man who once recovered a live hand grenade from a blocked drain has no fears when it comes to launching a new plumbing and drainage business serving North Glasgow.
Smart Franchisee Opens Second Franchise
Des Seenan, Smart Cartridge’s first franchisee is scheduled to open his second store at the end of March this year. And if that isn’t a testimonial in itself…Des’s brother Brian Seenan and his wife Elspeth are opening their first store in Aberdeen!
Papa John’s Makes Progress in Scotland
A businessman who made his name in the building and repairing of ships is forecasting that franchising will go down a storm after signing a multi-store agreement with Papa John’s.
Scotland’s Top Snap-On Performer
Jim Cruickshank had been a car radio fitter but feeling there was ‘something better’ out there for him, his research soon brought him across Snap-on Tools.
Cashing in With Cash Generator
Due to the success of his Cash Generator franchise in Glasgow, Keith intends to open his second store this year, with further expansion planned for the future.
Receiving Reassurance with Drain Doctor
The insecurity overhanging Scottish industry has prompted a Grangemouth worker to take voluntary redundancy to launch his own 'recession-proof' business as a 24-hour Drain Doctor Plumbing franchisee in Edinburgh.
Providing the Incentive for Success
Ian worked worked with the Royal Bank of Scotland for the past 12 years before looking for a new challenge that allowed him to be his own boss and provided the incentive to be successful. Lasertech was the ideal opportunity for Ian.
Satisfaction with Signs Express
When Neil and Carol reached a crossroad in their careers they decided to take control of their lives and experience the satisfaction of owning their own business.
MIKE DELIVERS A RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
Mike Sneddon was no newcomer to franchising when he opened his first O’Briens Irish Sandwich Bar outlet back in 1999. Perhaps it was his seven years experience with Shell and latterly BP, which enabled him to forge ahead and develop his O’Briens business rapidly but, most importantly, successfully.