After a recent 2B Interface email blast sent out to Franchise Direct's newsletter readers, the company drew the interest of Laura McGimpsey, who has now become their new franchisee in Milton Keynes. Read more.
David and wife Tammy, along with their rescue cats, Cookie and Sooty, are the proud, new owners of Paw Pals Cheshire East. Read more.
Dolly Char are pleased to announce that David Kay has taken on the Dolly Char Nottingham South franchise. Read more.
Diane and husband Paul launched the latest franchise Paw Pals Ashington on June 1st, with the help of their lovely dog Jess. Read more.
Ed’s Garden Maintenance has reached 30 franchisees with five new operators starting businesses in the last three months, two of whom found out about Ed's as a result of Franchise Direct. Most recently franchisees have joined in Tunbridge Wells, Bournemouth, Leighton Buzzard, St Ives (Cambs), and New Malden. Read more.
We are delighted to welcome Paul and Luke to the team after they completed their training in February. Read more.
Mark and Penny Towers are soon to launch Paw Pals North Somerset on the 1st of May. The newly married couple and their Shiba Inu dog, Ki, are based in Clevedon and live near Penny's son and daughter, who are also keen to be eventually involved with the business when the time comes. Read more.
No+Vello is pleased to welcome two new franchise owners to the network, recruited through their profile on Franchise Direct. John and Davina Haywood have purchased No+Vello’s Portsmouth territory and have already located suitable premises to house the first of their new centres. With final details just waiting to be confirmed, the couple plan to open the doors to their new centre in May. Read more.
Dolly Char are very pleased to announce that Upali Chanda has become the latest franchisee to join the Dolly Char network, Upali now operates the Birmingham South East area. Read more.
With a lifetime fascination of the natural world, Brian Ainge of Redhill, Surrey, managed to land his first dream job at London Zoo. Sadly, the rare highlights of cleaning the wombat or lemur enclosures or trying to catch the escaped Tazmanian devil (!) were somewhat outweighed by the drudgery of chopping oranges and cabbages. Read more.