From Antipodean beginnings to operations throughout the UK, Driving Miss Daisy is a franchise operations giving business builders great flexibility.
Karen Whybro set up Rock the Frock when she struggled to find her own less formal wedding dress. She has some clear priorities for suppliers.
Running a business as a franchise means every supplier needs to be scalable. Logistics operator World Options explains the franchise business model.
While cupcakes are synonymous with the UK food scene today, that wasn’t the case in 2004. Hummingbird Bakery founder Tarek Malouf took a serious punt.
A luxury cat hotel group has expanded its presence with a new five-star branch, satisfying cat owners by offering their pets the paw-fect time away from home.
With the way his business is run, Steve Byrne has been able to experiment with smarter working practices and believes others would be silly not to as well.
With almost half of Brits currently in the market for a gym membership, data suggests entrepreneurs and investors seeking a new challenge would do well to consider embracing a fitness venture – particularly one of the franchised variety.
Owning a franchise business can be an attractive option; especially for those looking for a greater work/life balance and the flexibility of juggling family commitments alongside an independent and rewarding career. As such, Caroline Crabbe, general manager at Jo Jingles unveils a few tips on how to succeed in the franchise world.
Homeware, accessories and clothing retail brand Cath Kidston has bought the Japanese franchise business of its offering, on the back of double-digital sales growth in the country.
Kate Lester, CEO and founder of Diamond Logistics, is a businesswoman on a mission to revolutionise the UK logistics industry, we found out in the aftermath of our First Women Awards recognition.
King Digital Entertainment shares fell in pre-market trading after the Candy Crush mobile game maker warned that it would see softer financial results heading into the middle of the year.
Since opening its doors in 1999, Shakeaway, which dubs itself as “the world’s largest milkshake bar company”, has been rapidly expanding across the UK – and more recently the Middle East, India, and US.