Scottish franchise news, latest from franchising in Scotland
Scenic Blue Expands Into Scotland
Scenic Blue the UK’s only landscape gardening franchise has further strengthened its appeal as a highly viable franchise proposition by extending its network to include Scotland. The company has recently signed franchise deals to deliver the Scenic Blue offering to two new regions: Glasgow North and Glasgow South.
Monk Marketing has Scotland in its Sight
As part of their expansion plans for 2005, Monk Marketing is looking to expand into the Scottish market. Already many franchises have been sold throughout the UK, and with the network continuing to grow, Monk Marketing are wanting presence in all key regions, including Scotland.
GLASGOW FRANCHISEE AWARD WINNER
Former paratrooper John White's decision to launch a Drain Doctor Plumbing business covering North Glasgow has proved a winner after he was named most progressive new franchisee at the national group's annual convention.
Resales are a Franchising Fact of Life
Doug Woolmer and Liz Symcox will realise their ambition when they retire to an old Victorian mansion on the peaceful Isle of Bute, just over six years after starting the Glasgow North franchise for Minster.
BIG MAC’S A WINNER IN HAMILTON
Jack Glen, a former British Rail employee, who now runs two thriving McDonald’s restaurant franchises in Hamilton, yesterday won joint second place in a national business competition.
Success Generated at Franchise Finals
John Murray who runs the Cash Generator franchises in Airdrie and Wishaw, won a highly commended certificate of merit in this year’s Franchisee of the Year Awards, sponsored by HSBC Bank and supported by the Daily Express.
Time to Convert to a Limo Lifestyle
The Platinum Limo Company, established five years ago by lifelong motoring enthusiast Jackie Farrell and his wife Margaret, operates at the top end of this burgeoning market. Seven cars are now on the road and customer demand for the limo experience is showing no signs of abating.
Scotland -Vibrant market for franchising
Franchising took on a decidedly Scottish flavour early in June for the inaugural Scottish Franchise Week (SFW), a week of events presented by the British Franchise Association's Franchise Group for Scotland (FGFS). Scottish rugby star Gavin Hastings licked off SFW on June 7 with a launch event at franchised pub Archies.
Creating Lasting Jobs & Businesses
There are currently more than 40 franchise brands operating in Scotland, with an estimated 2,000 franchised outlets. The idea behind Scottish Franchise Week (SFW) is to capitalise on the success of franchising and the Scots’ appetite to embrace it as a form of starting and running a business
New Training Centre for Smart Cartridge
To cater for the increasing success of their franchise operations, Smart Cartridge have recently moved into a purpose built training centre in Edinburgh.