Franchise Case Studies are an essential ally to your franchise research. These franchise case studies from women in franchising may be about both franchisors and franchisees.
They are great examples of business success being achieved and are often franchise case studies about people who have been in the same position that you may be in now, considering starting their own business and taking one of the biggest decisions of their lives.
Like many women, Raman juggles a busy working life with family responsibilities and her cherished role as a mother.
With a background in Graphic Design, IT Customer Service, Disney-land Ticketing and more, Grazia explains that she ‘always felt something missing.
MagiKats franchisee Rachel Stampertalks about what it has been like to run her Tuition Centre business during the pandemic
Franchisee Ian Scott spent ten years as business development manager for a training company beforedeciding Revive! was the business for him.
Due to lockdown Lingotot managed to move their teaching classes online allowing franchisee Layla Riches to launch her Lingotot business!
After facing redundancy from his long-standing career as a sales and marketing director in a national soft furnishings business, Barry faced uncertainty with a lack of decent opportunities in the corporate world.
Nicola went from the boardroom table to her dining room table to start her own business from home, and she’s never looked back.
Expanding into Wales’ second largest city, Pass the Keys interviewed their Swansea partner Hannah to find out more about why she joined the franchise programme.
Lingotot franchisee Deborah Gatland has been a peripatetic violin teacher for nearly 20 years and was looking for a change in direction.
Five years after becoming a Kumon Instructor, Grainne O’Donnell from Douglas talks about how she moved from a successful career in finance to running her own Kumon centre.