Go Fly Your Kite provides you with the opportunity to run a business delivering STEM and Art Kite Workshops to children.
This section is dedicated to a monthly series of 'Women in Franchising' special features including interviews and profiles of leading women in the franchising industry.
Showcasing Franchisors, Franchisees, specialists in the franchise industry and relevant women in business, these articles seek to highlight female involvement in franchising.
As well as running two franchise territories, Jodie also has time to run her house, look after two kids, and have time for other interests.
When a franchised business is just launching, Franchisors will, most likely, look to build territories for their franchisees that will give them the best return on investment. Here are some of the common factors that may be taken into account.
Mother of four, Nusrat invested in a Commercial Cleaning Franchise which allowed her to run a professional business and spend time with her family.
Here are the Top Tips from BabyBeats® Director, Rose Gibson, who recently sent BabyBeats® and Mindful Movers® skyrocketing to win Best National UK Children’s Franchise 2022.
Louise and husband Lee were fed up with corporate life and decided to invest in a Travel Consultancy Franchise!
Statistics reveal that only 39% of women feel confident in their capabilities to start a business
Summer is the ideal time to explore children's franchise opportunities, we present a showcase of the cream of the current crop for you to explore!
After two years of teaching babyballet®, Miss Hollie opened her own babyballet® dance school!
Amy Duff has held the Pass the Keys franchise in the city of Portsmouth since February 2021 and has watched her business grow from strength to strength despite the unprecedented challenges of 2021.
Snap Fitness Franchisee, Masja talks about how running a business can give women independence, access to their own finances and the confidence to succeed.