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.
Becky Porter has been running her franchise for almost a year and was Fun Little Foodies' first franchisee.
Denise Styles runs her Strollercise classes in Castlepoint, Essex.
Nikki Godden says that her Smallprint franchise is the perfect job to fit around family life.
Russell Hudson joined Revive! in 2006 after previously working for a software company as an Account Manager.
Gillian Gibbon has been running her Auditel franchised business since 2003 after being made redundant.
Michaela Crumpton is the Principal of Razzamataz Bristol South, having taken the leap from the school’s singing teacher to taking over the business.
Hayley Corr says that her Mumbler franchise allows her to spend time at home with her children.
After 23 years as chef in the Royal Logistics Corps, Stuart was ready for a change and a new challenge.
Anthony Wilcock gave up a career in the city in 2012 to become his own boss.
Lyndsey Cutler runs her Strollercise classes in Basildon, Essex.