In the second of our Brexit series we focus on the impact it has on immigration. Franchises in sectors such as care, hospitality and retail rely on staff and franchise prospects from the EU and elsewhere to facilitate the operation of their franchises.
The world of business is changing. Luckily, Amber Manning, UK CEO at Just Cuts, has a few ideas on how your franchise can stay ahead in an ever-changing industry
As foreign brands make Britain their home, the president of Tutor Doctor digs into why they’re poised to keep doing so despite Brexit
Michele Pernetta shares the story of her tryst with yoga after it cured her knee and how the serendipitous decision to leave her fashion career resulted in the launch of hot yoga franchise Fierce Grace
American restaurant chain Slim Chickens is winging it by opening a new site in a shopping centre in Cardiff
If you aspire to run a business overseas, opening a franchise is one of the best options for turning this dream into a reality.
Having clocked up time at Burger King and Costa Coffee in the past, Julian Chambers aims to use his franchising experience to scale Regus’ UK operations
The Daddy’s Home actor has become a minority stakeholder in the business as it angles to intensify its global expansion
The Arthur Murray franchise has been making people dance across the world for decades and after returning to the UK, it plans to scale further
Having initially hung up her ballet shoes when she was 14, dancing has now become Claire O’Connor’s calling. Today she’s pirouetting around the world with her family to build on the 74 babyballet franchisees she has in the UK