There’s a reason the phrase ‘no man is an island’ has stuck around for close to 400 years.
If you think about the opening of a new business, you wouldn’t be alone if your head is suddenly filled with images of helium balloons, celebrity guests and a popping champagne bottle.
Code Ninjas first introduced their kids coding programme to the UK in the early spring and the franchise has already caught the attention of entrepreneurs around the country.
A brand is more than a stylish logo, a catchy jingle or a celebrity spokesperson.
Code Ninjas recently successfully broke into a brand-new market, as they launched their kids coding franchise in the UK. Having now signed their first British franchisees, the race is on to get the inaugural centre up and running.
Ok well, maybe not quite for life. But you get the idea. For many reasons, investing in franchise in the new year is a great decision.
Entrepreneurial spirit is flourishing in the UK, with a whopping 660,000 new businesses opening each year, according to The Daily Telegraph.
Do you dream of owning a business, yet find yourself full of questions that keep you from making that dream a reality?
Launching a home care franchise can be a lifeline, a golden opportunity to swap an unfulfilling career for one that offers ambitious, caring people the chance to make a difference in their community.
David Glover of Caremark reflects on how managers can be tempted from all sectors to become franchisee of a home care business