"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.
In 2020, we saw an increase in the demand for meaningful digital connection. Using this, we can play to our strengths as we enter into 2021, and define our recruitment marketing.
Co-founder Anton Skarlatov explains how his company goes about achieving this.
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.
With businesses all over the country being affected by Brexit and COVID-19, it’s no secret that the majority of people have struggled this year.
True to form, the franchising industry has highlighted its resilient nature during the challenges that the past 12 months has thrown at us.
Success in franchising can be measured many ways; awards, profits, status, numbers of customers, number of units, number of products, brand preference, market share, the list is endless.