“We did it!” was the jubilant cry from the heroic Expense Reduction Analysts (ERA) team who completed the gruelling ‘Ride The Regions’ cycle adventure from Edinburgh to Southampton – in only six days. Read more.
Signs Express would like to extend a warm welcome to the newest member of their team, Craig Johnston. Craig is taking on the role of Franchise Recruitment Manager and will be responsible for guiding new franchisee’s into the Signs Express family. Read more.
Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection has awarded the Heidi Sulley Commemorative Cup to franchisees Richard & Karen Humphrey from North Devon. The announcement was made at Card Connection’s recent franchise conference held at the Forest of Arden Hotel in Birmingham. Read more.
How franchises like SmartPa have made use of innovations in business and office technologies. Read more.
Director of Aspray Luton, Barry Thurston, hosted a very successful launch event for the opening of his new local business at the fine foods venue, Harper’s Food in the Oak Lounge. Read more.
Established in 1979, Autosmart is the UK’s largest supplier of vehicle cleaning products to the trade. Our franchisees operate from mobile showrooms within their own exclusive territories. Read more.
A new company that will provide expert quality home care to communities in the Barnet and Hertsmere area has been launched. Read more.
As our franchise owners and guests took to social media to discuss our conference this year, the hash tag #inpursuitofoutstanding took hold fast. Read more.
Cafe2U have launched another new franchise in West London – Cafe2U Park Royal South. Paolo Basta, who runs the franchise with his wife Rhoda, says that after 25 years of working in restaurant management, he was ready for a “change for the better” – a business of his own: “We were looking to buy a coffee shop but could never find the right one. Cafe2U instinctively felt right. There is always risk involved when starting a new business, but with Cafe2U I felt that the risks were manageable.” Read more.
Lee Malin had worked in a few sectors before joining Cafe2U – he was a butcher, a postman, and a coach & bus driver. Funny enough, it was on the back of a bus where Lee’s wife Alison saw an advert for the NEC National Franchise Exhibition, which Lee and Alison attended in October 2014 and where they first learnt about the Cafe2U franchise. Read more.