Scottish franchise news, latest from franchising in Scotland
the streat franchise comes to Scotland
Ireland’s fastest growing café franchise opened an office in Glasgow’s south side in January this year with ambitious expansion plans for cafes in every major Scottish city and town.
The Focus is on Signs Express
The UK’s leading signs and graphics manufacturer, Signs Express (Falkirk), has been commissioned by Focus Vehicle Rental, Inverness, to provide the vehicle graphics for their brand new promotional car - a Ford Focus ST.
Making A Mark With Smart Cartridge
Scotland's youngest female franchisor received a rapturous reception at a business breakfast meeting to mark Scottish Franchise Week on Friday 8th June.
New Start in Scotland
80:20 Financial Management, a 14 strong UK based franchise providing financial support to local business, heralds its arrival in Scotland with Edinburgh its first location.
Allan Cooper, from Milton, launches his own oven valeting business in the Highlands after 40 years of working in the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy.
New Jani King Franchise for Glasgow
Joe McGuigan purchased the Jani King franchise for the Glasgow area eighteen months ago. Having had previous experience running a franchise in a different industry sector, he was keen to identify new investment opportunities and was attracted to the Jani King franchise because of the systematic approach it offered.
Charity donation by Scottish Martin & Co franchise owner
FIFE office has helped local schoolchildren with their ‘Maine chance’ – by helping to equip them for a skiing trip to the USA. Pupils from Glenrothes School High are heading off to Sunday River in Maine at Easter. In an effort to give them a financial boost, Martin & Co Kirkcaldy, have donated £500.
TOP AWARD FOR NEWCOMER KEN
Glasgow retailer Ken Clark is flying high after scooping a top award. Ken, who opened his CHIPS video games store in Glasgow’s West End in March 2006, had just won the CHIPS Newcomer of the Year Award.
Iron Mountain In Safe Hands with Signs
Signs and a graphics specialist, Signs Express (Glasgow) have been instrumental in a vehicle rebrand for Iron Mountain, the global leader in information protection and storage services.
First O2 Franchise for Scotland
The latest O2 franchise to open is in Irvine, Ayrshire, owned by Gordon and Yvonne Smith, and is the first franchised O2 store in Scotland. As experienced managers Gordon and Yvonne decided that an O2 franchise would give them greater job satisfaction and a more agreeable work/life balance.