As the Photography for Little People Franchise grows month on month, spreading throughout the UK and Scotland, the diary soon fills up for introduction courses and specialised team workshops. To deal with this positive growth changes within the team have been made. They have had to call upon their most experienced and youngest franchise owner Simona Boycheva.
Simona Boycheva is the youngest and most successful Photography for Little People franchisee. Simona started her baby photography business in 2013 soon after graduating from University of Greenwich. Soon after starting her business in Essex she quickly expanded on her growing opportunity to the whole of East London.
She is now stepping up and supporting the franchise. Photography for Little People caught up with her to ask a few questions about the next step in her photography career…
"I’ve always been a girl with a passion for photography. To me family portraits are the most precious thing in the world! I never thought I will ever have a career in photography doing what I love until I found Photography for Little People Franchise.
I started my photography business back in 2013 soon after graduating from University of Greenwich in London. I was trained in the art of newborn safety in photography, family posing and more. The training gave me the confidence to establish myself as an expert newbron and family photographer in my area. With all the mentoring, help and support from the franchise I quickly expanded and now own and operate two areas. Being able to see how far I’ve come over the last 5 years and all the progress I have made in growing my franchise only encourages me to work closer with the franchise owners to grow my business to its full potential."
"You can feel the warm and loving environment. Everyone is super friendly and it truly feels like being part of a family. PLP Franchise is my business home, a place where I can talk babies and photography knowing I will be understood."
"I always strive to improve in every aspect of my business. Providing second to none customer service is in the core of my business. I want the families that I work with to feel comfortable around me, I build that trust and relationship with them. After all they are expected to hand me the most precious thing in their life, their newborn baby, and I want them to feel confident that they’ve made the right choice."
"Absolutely! I am very excited to be mentoring and training our new franchisees and pass on everything that the PLP Franchise have taught me so far."
"I will be mentoring some of our new franchisees, giving them guidance and support in the day to day running of their businesses. I will also be running training workshops in photography as a refresher to our initial training to help franchisees improve their photography and baby posing skills. Newborn photography requires much more than just knowing how to work your camera. Baby safety and comfort during a session is always our top priority."
"A positive attitude that we can achieve anything together. When starting your own business it can sometimes feel lonely. The great thing about PLP Franchise that you are not on your own!"
The Photography For Little People Franchise team continues to grow with their new member Michael Halpin.
A focus on the new Photography for Little People team member Laura, a mother of two taking on her new business in the Liverpool area.
Jules Milton is a Photography for Little People franchise owner working in Milton Keynes.
Anna Pilkington is only 21 years of age and has started her business with flying colours.
Photography for Little People have seen an increase in men joining the team to start their new career move.
Simona Boycheva celebrates being apart of the Photography for Little People team for five years.
Simona Boycheva started her baby photography business in 2013 and is the youngest franchisee at Photography for Little People across the UK.
Greg Whittle runs his own Photography for Little People franchise in Bristol.
Gareth Coop has just had his first Photography For Little People shoot with a sale of £2,750!
New Photography for Little People franchisee, Poppy Jakes, has just completed her training in the North East.
After finishing her training Danielle Kealy started her Photography for Little People franchise in Watford.
Rose Williamson is looking forward to creating forever treasured memories with her Photography for Little People business.
Greg talks about his decision to join Photography for Little People and about the training that he has received.
I was looking for a franchise that offered freedom, creativity but also a sense of belonging and involvement which meant you weren’t totally left on your own. Photography for Little People offered all this.Rachel Edgson – Bromley franchisee
I love the product and have built up my confidence as a franchise owner. I am proud to be part of the Photography for Little People family.Amarjit Ballaghan – Birmingham franchisee
I love my business its always fun and rewarding. I meet so many lovely families.Simona Boycheva – Essex and London East franchisee
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