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.
This is a question that MagiKats Educational Franchise gets asked a lot. They therefore asked three of their Principals about why they chose MagiKats and about their experience of running a MagiKats educational franchise.
From pitching for business to pitching tents, in three years Nicky and Rachel developed a hugely successful glamping company and have launched a franchise brand.
Hear from Kumon Franchisee Rinu Shah as she talks about why she gave up a 20 year career in banking and finance to become a Kumon Instructor.
Hearfrom franchisees, Lynette Higgins and Hayley Clare who left their Executive jobs to run their own Pet Food Delivery Business with the support of OSCAR behind them.
Hear from founder Cathy Harding, as she took a complete change of direction from a life in management in financial services to starting her own business in cookery!
Bloom Founder, Victoria Jennings, wanted something part-time and ideally term time only so it fitted around her 3 children. This was proved to be a difficult task and therefore she started up her own business.
Hear from Caroline Crabbe, UK General Manager of Jo Jingles as she talks about why women are finding franchising more of an attractive option when looking to start up their own business.
After training as a performer at Mountview Theatre School, Nicola discovered that she enjoyed training more than performing.
If you’ve ever wondered whether a franchise is worth the money, what’s the earning potential once you’re established or what a career in foot care is really like, then find out more from Natalie!
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