FASTSIGNS® Huddersfield, the company responsible for producing over 70% of all the commercial and retail signage in the town, reports that business is brisk. Read more.
With the winter Olympics in full swing in Canada, on this side of the Atlantic one local business is a bit of a specialist when it comes to providing clothing and promotional merchandise for ice-hockey teams. Read more.
Listening to the customer is the key to success. Finding out exactly what his customer needed has led to a large re-order for owner of Recognition Express Newbury Keith Burr. Read more.
One time management consultant Ian Fidge has declared the launch of his new Ovenclean franchise “a spectacular success.” Read more.
Last week, Franchise Direct's UK team attended the Franchise Show in Excel, London. As we previously blogged, a lot of the franchises featured on our site were in attendance at the show and our team really enjoyed the chance to "put a face to the name" and met a significant number of franchisors face to face.
Brian Rogan, our Sales Manager, commented that the show was very busy and successful in...
Huge hairy hornets and super big bugs will be the highlight of a ComputerXplorers holiday club being held at Springfield School, Witney, Oxfordshire this half term. Read more.
Leeds based signage company FASTSIGNS is quietly optimistic that the recession might be over. Sales are increasing month on month and the company has taken on a new member of staff to help cope with the increased business. Read more.
Franchise Direct’s Dublin office received sad but also heart warming news last week, when our multimedia editor and creator of our famous franchise videos - Karen Wrafter announced she was leaving Franchise Direct for a higher cause. Higher than franchising?! Karen is off to Haiti with Irish charity – Haven Partnership. The charity builds houses in many disadvantaged countries across the globe an...
When Essex County Council’s inward investment department ‘INVEST Essex’ needed 1000 fully customised USB flashdrives in a hurry, Graham Marshall & his team at Recognition Express in Essex rose to the challenge producing them in just 7 days including importing the flashdrives from China. Read more.
It’s a new start for 29 year old Gill Brown, who opened her new business, FASTSIGNS® Derby this January. Gill, who was born in Crich and now lives in Church Gresley (near Swadlincote) left her job as a Bid Manager for a European IT solutions company, to be her own boss. Read more.