From a part-time kitchen porter role alongside college studies to becoming the founder and brand advisor of Selekt Chicken, Tahir Jamil has climbed up steep hills on his journey across the fast food space
Frank Milner is on a mission to change students’ lives. And following the study struggles he faced after his father’s death, you can bet it’s personal
With a lifetime in education, one woman’s infectious passion for learning led to a family business opening in the form of MagiKats, the tutoring franchise, which is conjuring up growth across the UK
After a decade teaching, Helen Naraine felt she needed a change to spend more time with her family. Now, just two years later, she’s reclaimed her work-life balance as a Creation Station franchisee
After launching back in 1973, Minuteman moved into franchising just two years later. The franchisor scaled so rapidly it pretty much ran out of room in the US, prompting it to enter international waters – starting with the UK
This UK summer has been nothing short of historical. But just how much impact can the weather have on a franchise and how are they adapting to the changing seasons that vary so drastically on this little island we call home?
Measuring his success, Mike Lane details the challenges of being a bespoke tailoring franchisee with Suit the City
Having spent time spearheading his own franchise and leading Mr. Electric’s growth as its president, Jeff Meyers has now embarked on the mission to spearhead Dwyer Group’s expansions in the UK and the rest of Europe.
After years in the corporate world overseas, Patrick Duffy felt it was time for change. His return to the UK prompted him to do something quintessentially British and he launched Beatons Tearooms & Bookshop
Whether he’s learning the secret of franchising from The Body Shop’s founder or calling his own restaurants’ cooking disgusting on national TV, Andrew Withers isn’t afraid of ruffling a few feathers to improve Southern Fried Chicken’s franchise offering