The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on businesses all over the world. Many businesses have been forced to close their doors, often permanently, but some will emerge from this crisis stronger than ever.
The Coronavirus pandemic shows no sign of slowing down, with the UK R rate rising in many regions throughout the country.
As the world gets back to business post Covid-19 the landscape for the UK franchisor has changed considerably and it needs to traverse the new normal with cautious optimism.
Perhaps one of the most common terms to be churned out as a result of the pandemic is “the new normal”.
There is no doubt that the current Covid-19 pandemic has had a profound effect on the franchising industry.
Australian hair salon franchise, Just Cuts, first landed on UK shores in January 2018, launching a company-owned kiosk salon in Lakeside shopping centre.
Richard Pakey of Lime Licensing Group examines the differences between these two distinctly contrasting business options.
Franchisees want to be their own boss while minimising the risks by buying into your brand.
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.