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.
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.
Steve Thatcher set up Revive! Portsmouth in 2004.
Fatherhood and fate led Jonny Pearson to Revive!
We speak to Rita who owns West Orchards and Arena Park Auntie Anne's stores in Coventry and is on the search for a third location!
As an actress Alison Beveridge had a good understanding of what it took to run a drama class but no business knowledge, which is why she turned to the franchise route.
Mike Haselden bought Revive! Chester in 2005 and now employs six technicians and runs a fleet of six vans.
Beth Hall talks about her Fun Little Foodies franchise in Newcastle East.
Michal Lepiarz and his partner Irmina Kowalska opened Revive! Basingstoke in 2013.
Victoria Cooper-Jones has had two very successful careers before joining Razzamataz Theatre Schools and opening in Queens Park and Belsize Park.