Striking a proper balance between Life and Work is one of the main reasons that our franchisees took a closer look at Raring2go!
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.
Snap Fitness Franchisee, Masja talks about how running a business can give women independence, access to their own finances and the confidence to succeed.
Apart from being a full-time mom to two boys, Lucy Fernando is the most successful Area Development franchisee at Fantastic Services for 2020
The most recent statistics reveal that women are opening 1 out of every 3 new franchise businesses.
Franchising can be a great move for women who are maybe looking to take their career a step further or to have a career that will fit around their home life.
The percentage of women who own their own franchises has risen by 50% in the last 5 yearsâ€¦we want this to increase.
Hear from Lingotot Founder, Angela Sterling as she talks about the Lingotot franchise and how she and her team managed to successfully move their teaching online when the first lockdown hit!
Hear from Jenny Farenden, Franchise Marketing Director at Fantastic Services as she talks about why more than ever, women have entered the world of franchising.
Amy Rowsell founded Lingotot South Staffordshire in March of 2020, just as schools across the country closed for the first time.
Over the past 20 years Jenny has built the business into one of the leading interior designers in the Home Counties and she is now looking to expand across the UK.
After running her Keepsake Business for over 20 years, Founder Victoria Casebourne talks about her love for creativity and how to turn that love into an income stream.