Many people have been using the extra time spent at home during lockdown to think about their future and for some, this means dusting off their plans to take control of their future by starting their own business.
Think you can pick up the same marketing tools you put down a few months ago? Think again! Covid-19 has changed franchise recruitment marketing.
Whilst we are not yet through dealing with Covid-19 Br-exit is fast approaching and in this series of article we’ll focus on various aspects that impact franchise brands.
Established multi-franchisor Nigel Toplis outlines his ‘ten commandments’ for turning a business into a successful franchise.
The pandemic has seen the world of work change entirely from what was known at the beginning of this year.
Technology has always been a huge part of our lives for decades now; from pagers to high speed internet, it’s been changing our lives and how we work.
An electric/electronic engineer by vocation (qualified from Staffordshire University), easyStorage Executive Director/Co-Founder, Nigel Dawson, set up his first business in 1987.
Commercial cleaning services provider, Ecocleen, does what it says on the tin. In fact, it does it rather well. Managing Director, Jean-Henri Beukes, explains the company’s recipe for success.
No matter what sector your business operates in, your customer will have been affected by the recent lockdown.
‘Education, education, education’ Tony Blair famously once opined. But Frank Milner, President of Toronto-based in-home tutoring services provider, Tutor Doctor, doesn’t just simply ‘talk the talk’; he puts it into practice every day.