The national magazine is produced through a network of 60 editors (their franchisees), with local editions aimed specifically at parents, guardians and carers of children aged up to 11, helping families have fun by publishing local events, activities and offers.
Already successfully covering England and Wales, there are currently only two editors in Scotland, and managing director Freddie St George is now targeting the area as he sees a lot of potential.
“According to a recent BBC report, unemployment in Scotland has increased for the first time in six months,” he explains. “Franchising offers a superb opportunity for those willing to work hard and they can consider setting up in business for themselves with all the support and back-up that franchising offers.
“This is an incredibly exciting opportunity for anyone who’s been thinking about running their own business and is nervous to start up on their own, or those who’ve been made redundant or are currently unhappy with what they’re doing.”