The UK’s High Streets may be under pressure but Cash Converters (UK) is thriving. CEO Peter Hall explains how and why the company’s buy/sell model works.
Shaun Thomson, CEO, Sandler Training (UK), isn’t one for hyperbole. But when he went out to America to see how Sandler Training was being run, he was so impressed by what he saw; he eventually bought the UK Master Franchise.
Henry Ziff, Managing Director of Transworld Business Advisors UK is into matchmaking. He matches buyers and sellers of businesses. Henry tells Elite Franchise his recipe for success.
Making the move from equities trading to setting-up a network of health clubs isn’t the most obvious of career progressions. But F45 founder, Rob Deutsch, did it. Rob explains to Elite Franchise why and how.
From wiping tables as a teen, to developing a coding programme for adults, David Graham’s newest venture, Code Ninjas, is moving its way into the heart of Britain.
TaxAssist Accountants does what it says on the tin - it provides tax, accountancy and advisory services; in this case to small businesses.
In a world dominated by global behemoths such as FedEx, DHL and UPS, Mike Ryan, CEO of postal, freight, courier, packing and removal services provider, PACK & SEND, extols the virtues of flexibility and nimble footedness.
After 23 years as a franchisee of the UK’s first ever domestic cleaning franchise, Poppies, Chris Wootton proudly took over as franchisor on 1 April 2018.
For Amber Manning, CEO of the Australia-based Just Cuts network of hair salon franchises the word ‘achievement’ comes readily.
Travel Counsellors has a series of tech-centric support options on its in-flight menu, which CEO Steve Byrne believes has allowed its 1,800 franchisees to soar to great heights