Scottish franchise news, latest from franchising in Scotland
Proof of Domino's Pizza franchise's success in Scotland
As Domino's Pizza celebrates 15 years in Scotland this month, statistics released today prove that we are indeed a nation of pizza lovers; with Domino’s Pizza selling one pizza per head of population in 2010.
Energie franchise opens first gym in Wales
The énergie Group has further penetrated the UK market with the opening of its first Welsh gym.
A week to raise awareness of the Scottish franchising potential
CeX hosts open day in Edinburgh
Scottish Autosmart franchisee celebrates success
Frank Sutherland, Autosmart franchisee for Aberdeen, is celebrating after being chosen as Scottish Franchisee of the Year 2010 by the British Franchise Association.
Recognition Express franchise celebrates 30 years of business
Signs of growth with new Signs Express franchise
Graham Packer has joined the UK’s largest sign network, buying the established business covering Ayrshire.
Card Connection Franchisees Find Success in the North
Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection, has today announced that its franchisees are finding success in the North
Bluebird Care's Gail is Scotland's top care manager
Gail Syratt from the Bluebird Care office in Edinburgh has beaten off competition from 776 other care managers across Scotland to scoop the coveted title of Care Manager of the Year at the Scottish Care at Home Awards.
Driver Hire franchise wins top Scottish award
The Borders office of leading franchise, Driver Hire, has won the prestigious 2010 Scottish Recruitment ‘Best Small Recruitment Team Award’. Celebrating excellence in Scottish recruitment, the awards were presented at a gala dinner held at Glasgow’s Hilton Hotel.