At long last we can start to put some of the challenges of 2020 behind us, and although nobody has a crystal ball to predict what lies ahead, there are now perhaps some reasons for us to be cautiously optimistic.
Is there a right time to buy a franchise? And how can you ensure that you make the right choice? It will be one of the most important decisions you make, so take things step by step as you do your research.
Many franchisees (and franchisors) set up their franchise business trading through a limited liability company or occasionally a limited liability partnership, rather than as a sole trader.
Richard Pakey believes the time is right for franchising to step out of the shadows and become ‘the next big thing’ in 2021.
Mike Kehoe, President for Subway in the EMEA region, serves up a number of reasons why it should be on your menu.
It already feels like so much has happened since my last article in August and yet that was only a few months ago.
There are lots of reasons why productivity can falter; outside influences play their part, but your business’s productivity can also be affected by your team’s motivation and ability to share good ideas.
"When the pandemic first hit and the March lockdown was announced, we had to close the whole of our network, some 60 franchisees and 250+ employees across the country, as we weren’t classed as an essential service."
2020 has placed an unprecedented strain on the education industry. As schools closed and students resorted to learning from home, education establishments all over the country had to find a way to still deliver learning and resources to children
The Elite Franchise Top 100 (EF100) is delighted to announce the placings for the Top 100 Franchisors list 2021.