Scottish franchise news, latest from franchising in Scotland
Edinburgh Bluebird franchise creates 114 jobs in the city
Edinburgh businesswoman Jane Perry is on track to create 114 jobs in two years.
Scottish Capital attracts Popstars Academy franchise
Card Connection's new Scottish franchise owner is off to flying start
Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection, has today announced that its new Scottish franchisee is off to a flying start! Former Esso station manager, Graeme Ewing, took over the Ayr/Kilmarnock area at the end of December and is already steaming ahead to deliver Card Connection’s range of quality greeting cards and gifts to retail outlets throughout the region.
New business wins for robertson technologies
robertson technologies, the Leith-based IT support and consultancy firm has taken a major step forward by winning three significant new pieces of business worth a total of £75,000 over the next three years
the streat franchise opens in Airdrie and Queen St, Glasgow
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The Original Poster Company franchise has resales for sale in Scotland
Greeting card distribution franchise The Original Poster Company has resale opportunities available in Scotland and are seeking hard working prospective franchise owners to invest in these existing territories.
Nailzone franchise training to be the best
Nailzone franchise secures Government funding for students at its accredited Training Academy
Working towards a new career just got a whole lot cheaper after Glasgow-based Nailzone won Government funding for students at its city-centre Training Academy.
Stockbridge is in for a treat with new Baguette Express franchise
Baguette Express, the chain that makes the Britain’s tastiest snacks, is serving up a summertime treat with the opening of a brand new outlet in busy Deanhaugh Street, between the bustling Edinburgh neighbourhoods of Stockbridge and Comely Bank.