Franchise advice articles

The bfa is continuously producing new advice pieces on franchising, whether it is for those looking to join a franchise; businesses considering franchising; international expansion; women in franchising; franchising after redundancy... the list goes on.

All franchise articles produced by the bfa are designed to educate, not sell. All advice is objective and aims to give a full picture of both the advantages and the possible disadvantages of franchising.

The following are some of the more recent articles produced. If you are working on objective advice pieces on franchising please feel free to use the following with it being attributed to the bfa.

For more bespoke comments or advice please contact the bfa press office.

The following cannot be used to endorse any particular business, product or service. Nor should they be used by non-media simply to gain from the credibility of the bfa brand. 

Franchising articles:

 
 
  • Ian Michael and Richard Ball
    Countrywide Grounds Maintenance - Franchisee case study

    Ian Michael and Richard Ball formed a partnership in 1997 to take the Countrywide Grounds Maintenance franchise for South Wales. Since taking the franchise their workforce has grown from just themselves to 30 staff and the fleet has expanded from 1 vehicle to 12 vehicles, and is now considered one of the largest privately owned grounds maintenance companies in the UK

    Read the full case study
 
 
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