Perhaps one of the most common terms to be churned out as a result of the pandemic is “the new normal”.
What do Henry Ford, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates all have in common? Aside from the fact that they’ve all built considerable and profitable empires, there isn’t a lot else that links these three entrepreneurs.
In business and franchising, there’s a huge amount of choice when it comes to considering being your own boss.
Co-founder of ActionCOACH UK, Ian Christelow, offers nine tips to help businesses survive the next 90 days.
If you’re an ambitious entrepreneur thinking of starting a business, there are many advantages to investing in franchising.
Franchisees want to be their own boss while minimising the risks by buying into your brand.
There is no doubt that the current Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on the franchising industry.
I hope that the impact of the pandemic on you, your loved ones and your franchises has been and continues to be minimal. The roller coaster of emotions it has already taken us on is unprecedented in the 27 years of my franchise.
‘Unprecedented’ is a word we’ve heard bandied about countless times in 2020. The hospitality and retail sectors have never experienced anything like the impact of Covid-19.
Starting a business isn’t something to be taken lightly. Whether the venture goes well, or you fail at the first hurdle, the experience can change your life forever.