The COVID-19 outbreak has left business owners from across every sector, in every country, thinking outside the box in order to keep their businesses afloat.
It’s never going to be all plain sailing. Problems of all shapes, scales and sizes will come along during the lifetime of your business.
As an entrepreneur and franchisor, David Graham is no stranger to the spectrum of challenges faced by a business owner on a daily basis.
Visiting Angels is one of America’s largest at-home care franchises. The brand’s first UK franchised office opened in Sheffield in 2017 and, within a year of launching, was crowned Best International Franchise at Visiting Angels annual conference.
There’s sometimes a fear that, as a franchisee, you don’t own your own business, that you’ve got no autonomy.
Having just celebrated its 40th birthday, Poppies cleaning franchise is already established as one of the most well-known and prestigious names in both the franchise and cleaning industries.
Stagecoach Performing Arts is one of the many franchise brands implementing a number of proactive measures to support and reassure their franchisees - and students - through the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Mum-of-three Kate Parkinson runs a children’s performing arts school with her husband, Dave, in Chorley, Preston and Oldham.
Code Ninjas, the world’s largest and fastest-growing kid’s coding franchise, boasts a global network of over 300 franchisees.
As the founder of multiple start-ups, I’m no stranger to the marvels of modern technology.