It goes without saying that the past few months have been exceptionally turbulent for so many businesses.
When you think of ‘big’ UK brands, who or what comes to mind? Some of the larger supermarket brands perhaps, like Tesco or Sainsbury’s, Barclays bank or maybe Cadbury?
I don’t know about you but I’m pretty excited about football returning to our screens!
Spring is the exhibition season! If you are franchisor looking at attracting new franchisees, exhibitions are a good chance to meet and talk to prospects.
Sarah Cressall of The Creation Station offers expertise and advice to anyone hoping to take take control of their working lives during 2020, and invest in a franchise business.
It is a perfect storm for franchisees on the high street. Reduced custom with much diverted online, layers of new regulation, consumer confidence at rock bottom.
No matter what sector your business operates in, your customer will have been affected by the recent lockdown.
Don't be shy, be up front, and believe in what you are selling. These are the wise words of ActionCOACH co-founder Ian Christelow who learnt the hard way – by his own mistakes.
Any exhibition you go to can feel a little overwhelming. And a franchise show is no different.
Merchandising can provide a lucrative additional revenue stream for franchises operating in the preschool sector.