With the behemoths of the UK business scene perpetually expanding in both scope and space, it may seem as if the little guy – be he a franchisee or independent retailer – is fighting a losing battle. The decline of the UK high street has received extensive coverage as of late, while giants such as Tesco continue to expand their presence across a catalogue of categories, eating into the...
The Franchise Marketing Awards (FMA) recognise the most innovative and effective marketing campaigns in the industry. Entries are judged by an independent panel of experts. Read more.
The franchise has been bought by the wife of the Cleanhome Limited accountant, Burton Accountancy. Read more.
This new price point enables a single coin purchase and will be good news for all franchisees, new and old. Read more.
Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection, which this year celebrates 21 years in operation, has today announced it will be showing the very latest in its range of high-quality greeting cards at the Pro-Retail show held at the International Centre in Telford 30 April-1 May. Read more.
In the past, a career could be for life. Not anymore! These days with so much change in business and the economy, a life-long career with one organisation is rare. Being employed has advantages and also disadvantages. Being self-employed is on the same footing. Read more.
John Bevan is the new man at the helm of Driver Hire Swansea, the leading local specialist transport and logistics recruiter. Read more.
Cafe2U welcomes two further additions to its UK network, Nicola Moger and Mark Kessel are joining over 50 Cafe2U franchise partners serving coffee to customers across the UK. Read more.
Yesterday saw George Osborne deliver a divisive budget to the House of Commons amidst frequent pines of disapproval from the opposition benches countered by cries of support from the ranks of the coalition. In his opening remarks, the Chancellor of the Exchequer laid bare the grim economic state currently facing Britain, with a deficit destined to reach 85% of GDP still some years away from a reso...