Another year down. That means it’s been a whole 12 months since the grand unveiling of the debut Elite Franchise 100 2018. And you know what? We’ve only gone and done it all over again for 2019. Last year, we had a clear goal: to fly the flag for franchising finesse in the UK. And fly it we did, as the top 100 British franchisors operating in infinite industries – from fitness to finance, housekeeping to healthcare and tutoring to transport – received the recognition they deserved....Read More
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Elite Franchise is an online title and monthly magazine serving the British franchising sector. Full of news, interviews and insight from the industry's leading lights, the publication is tailor-made for business owners who are looking to use franchising as a means to expand or individuals who want to take greater control of their career by investing in a franchise.
Whether you're firmly established in the franchise universe or just taking your first steps into it, Elite Franchise's team of experienced journalists and industry columnists will ensure that your franchise story is a successful one.
Embracing change - the latest from Elite Franchise Magazine
Change is inevitable in business but if there's one thing that unites the people and ideas in our latest issue together it's an ability to embrace change and learn from failure.
Trend Transformations' Danny Hanlon explains why he left the surf and sunshine down under to take his business to the next stage in Blighty while Little Voices founder Jane Maudsley opens up about what it was like to start a business while reeling from a painful divorce.
We also hear from Brody Sweeney, founder of O'Briens, about how he's bouncing back with a brand new venture – and another food business no less. Don't miss these stories and many more.
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The EF100 returns: Industry league table from Elite Franchise is back for year two Having experienced an incredible amount of interest and success for its debut year, the EF100 returns to highlight the top 100 franchises Britain has to offer There’s no denying the omnipotence of the UK franchising sector. Not only has the bfa highlighted the £15.1bn contribution* the market makes to the nation’s economy, the sum is the result of a 46% growth over ten years, which suggests the fut...Read More
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