Scottish franchise news, latest from franchising in Scotland
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.
Cartridge World franchise seeks budding entrepreneurs in Dundee
Flying in the face of the recession, Cartridge World, an international franchise business is actively seeking budding entrepreneurs keen to start up successful businesses in the Dundee area.
Cash Generator franchise to expand across Scotland
National retailer Cash Generator is to double its presence in Scotland, opening 14 new stores in the next two years, creating 100 jobs and signalling an investment of £2.8 million into the Scottish economy.
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.