New Zealander travelled 11,299 miles and joined the Ecocleen franchise
At Ecocleen we like to think we go the extra mile for our customers but in this case our most recent franchisee Andrew Alleway has gone the extra 11,299 miles to join us and set up our latest office in Aberdeen.
Expanding the Papa John's family in Scotland
George Eastcroft helps run the family business in Edinburgh. Along with his wife and son and a team of almost 50 staff they manage two Papa John’s franchised stores in the city.
Interview with Bryan and Shelia Jones of Card Connection, Carlisle and Lancaster
Bryan Jones and his wife Sheila purchased the Carlisle and Lancaster Card Connection franchise territory in December 2013. The couple now supply Card Connection’s range of more than 1,200 quality greeting cards and accessories to around 120 retail outlets from Lancaster to southern Scotland.
Former treasury manager to help motorists save on bodywork repair costs
Former treasury manager and business analyst Wesley Sinclair, 42, has set up his own business, Revive! Edinburgh, visiting customers to repair scuffs, scrapes and minor damage on their vehicles. He has joined one of the largest and most reputable SMART repair networks in the country.
Leaving the military and looking to the future
Kim and Stewart Bisley are based in Glasgow. Stewart is a Chief Petty Office in the Navy and is a submariner. He currently spends months away at a time, but has just under 2 years left in the Navy so the couple were keen to find a business that they could develop and work in together once he had left the Navy.
From survival training to running your own business!
Laura Macrae, Cafe2U’s Aberdeen West Franchise Partner, had spent several years working for a survival training company but when she decided to start her own business, franchising was her survival net. Here she explains why she chose franchising and why a Cafe2U franchise was for her.
Getting the balance right with Raring2go! franchise
Despite the economic downturn, Victoria Drysdale’s Raring2go! franchise has grown every quarter for the past five years.
Home Instead franchisees give back to local community
Home Instead Senior Care is a franchise company which specialises in providing care services for older people to help them to remain in their own homes.
Mail Boxes Etc. franchisees share ownership and multiple stores
Four young men in Edinburgh are a great example of how sharing business responsibilities and rewards is an efficient way to run a successful franchise.
Rainbow International franchise going strength to strength
Tom and Helen Cox cover the largest geographical area in the Rainbow International UK network, stretching from Thurso at the top of Scotland, down to Fort William, Oban, Campbeltown and throughout Argyll. They also serve Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles.