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Franchise businesses are often purchased by husband-and-wife teams, and this can be a perfect opportunity for couples to work together and work towards a common goal.
Rose Gibson, the creator of BabyBeats, is labeled as one of the 30 empowered women disruptors to look out for by the New York Journal.
The demand for children’s activities has rocketed making the children’s activity industry one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy.
Statistics reveal that only 39% of women feel confident in their capabilities to start a business
Join the fight against child obesity with a Kiddy Cook Franchise. Kiddy Cook introduces children to a variety of ingredients and helps them prepare delicious, healthy recipes to take home and cook.
It seems that the lack of flexible working is having an impact on women’s careers. FemaleFranchise looks to encourage women back into business and to highlight that by investing in a franchise you can run a successful business.
While a recession may spell serious trouble for some franchises, that is not the case for Concept which has been successfully operating since 2001.
To gain a further insight into Concept Building Solutions we have spoken to Andrew Walmsley, Group Operations Director and Franchisor of Concept Claim Solutions
Concept's training programme has been expertly developed by David Nelson, a Concept franchise partner and an accredited training professional.
OSCAR talks about why you should consider franchising and about their comprehensive training that ensures that franchisees are never alone.