Research indicates that one in five UK adults would like to start their own business. There is a multitude of reasons why - from the desire to pursue a passion, to wanting to provide a more rewarding future for themselves and their family.
Franchising provides an excellent solution for people looking for more than just generating an income.
Providing gold-plated service in a rapidly evolving property sector has proven to be a winning formula for EweMove
Ethical employers should recognise their responsibilities during times of financial hardship, says Sue Tumelty
Pip Wilkins advises those dissatisfied with the jobs’ market to seek salvation in the world of franchising.
For the last two years there’s been talk of a “new normal” when it comes to work. Paul Clegg discusses why he doesn’t think we’re quite there, and why this is affecting your leads.
Being your own boss makes people happier than being a salaried employee, research suggests.
Slowing growth and vitality eventually engulf many franchised businesses. How can this be avoided?
As with running any business, it takes a certain type of person to succeed. Do you have the skills required?
With an increase in people looking to leave or change their jobs, as well as a rise in the number of people thinking of starting their own business, buying a franchise is definitely worth considering.