It’s been 18 months since kids coding franchise Code Ninjas brought its fun and interactive coding curriculum to UK shores. And despite opening the doors of its first UK location in the midst of a global pandemic going from strength to strength
In 2020, the retail, hospitality and beauty industries were some of the hardest hit by the pandemic.
When related to business success, mindset is the main factor that makes the difference between success and failure.
As we come to the end of a very different year for all of us, I have been reflecting on the last twelve months and thinking ahead on my hopes and goals for my franchise stores in 2021.
2020 has been a testing year for everyone, but as a team I am proud at what we at Sparkle Cleaning have achieved so far.
I wanted to share my journey as a multi-unit franchise owner for those considering the next step but perhaps aren’t too sure about taking the leap.
In November 2019, Barbara Burnett launched her first Just Cuts franchise in her hometown of Stevenage. Less than six months later, she invested in her second salon in Leeds.
As 2020 draws to a close, there is the temptation to count down the days to a fresh start and the end of a challenging year.
The words ‘pivot’, ‘adapt’ and ‘unprecedented’ have become synonymous with the challenging year of 2020.
David Mathie, UK General Manager for international hairdressing brand Just Cuts, is a real believer in the importance of making his Franchise Owners’ lives as easy as possible.