Franchising as the obvious choice in changing times
At the moment a record number of franchises are reporting profitability, and with the 2016 British Franchise Association & Natwest Franchise Survey reporting that franchising in the UK contributes £15.1bn to the economy - franchising is more and more becoming the educated choice for entrepreneurs looking to start, grow or buy a business.
With Brexit around the corner, turbulent global economic times and uncertainty in previously "stable" industries, there's never been a better time to consider what franchising could mean for you.
"You're in business for yourself - but not by yourself"
Buying into a franchise means the initial trial and error will have been gone through, leaving a tried and tested business model. Different studies have shown new start-ups as having a failure rate of between 60 to 90% in the first three years, compared to a much decreased rate of 7 to 30% for franchises.
Attending the International Franchise Show in London this Feb gives you the chance to evaluate what's available for you, find the inspiration and support you need, and start franchising!
Register for your free ticket to attend now.