Sales and Distribution Franchises
For sales-orientated individuals looking to build a business out of providing an in-demand product or service, this category covers a variety of concepts to develop a territory as the sole licensed supplier.
Catherine Turner, wife and mother of two, started her journey with World Options in 2012 and now she has become the highest paid mum in the World Options franchise with earnings consistently exceeding £5000 per month, because of this success she has recently employed two members of staff to help continue to grow her business to greater heights.
Dream Doors held its 11th Annual Conference in Hampshire last month. Oxford franchisees Elaine and Mike Hurley were the winners of the top prize, as they closed the year with sales of just over a million pounds.
Now that the busiest period of the year is over for The Christmas Decorators franchise owners, The Franchise Magazine reviews exactly what makes this festive opportunity such an interesting and profitable business all year around.
The vivid red CeX logo of Complete entertainment eXchange stores has become a regular component of Britain's high streets. Here The Franchise Magazine reviews exactly what makes CeX such a great franchise opportunity, why investors are queuing up to become franchise owners and how in just a few years, the franchise has become a household name in retail.
When Hatem Karimjee was in the market for a business opportunity, CeX was the clear frontrunner from a catalogue of franchises available to him with his excellent management track record. The Franchise Magazine explores why he is enjoying life as the owner of a perpetually successful Complete entertainment eXchange location.
The three Hassan brothers, Sabhi, Fasir and Wajeeh, are on cloud nine as the CeX franchise they invested in continues to deliver on all of its promises – something the franchise prides itself on. Gareth Samuel investigates how hard work, flexibility and the unparalleled support of CeX is paying dividends for the triumphant triumvirate.
The UK's franchise sector continues to grow year on year and with a turnover of over £13.7 billion and an enormous 930 franchise systems in operation, according to the 2013 NatWest bfa Franchise Survey, there is no question that franchising has and will continue to be a significant influence on the UK economy and a leader for business expansion.
Jamie Playle was a stockbroker for "far too long" and always yearned for more control of his working life. Having looked at a number of franchised businesses, CeX fitted his ambitions perfectly. Gareth Samuel explores how investing in the wildly popular gadget franchise has so far been the decision of Jamie's life.
Safwan Adams might look familiar. When The Franchise Magazine first interviewed him earlier this year, it was immediately after he had invested in his first CeX business. Now almost a year on, we return to find out exactly how he has managed to expand his portfolio to three stores and hit his first million of turnover in just 12 months of trading.
John Hollins' varied career had seen him transcend a range of different sectors but it was with CeX that he found an enjoyable career with a bright future. The Franchise Magazine explores how a CeX opportunity proved the perfect business to settle down in for a seemingly innately restless entrepreneur.
Recent research figures have brought to light the astounding future prospects of the domestic heating and cooling market, as planned government measures, such as the Green Deal, make the sector a hot topic with investors.
Cash Converters is a world-renowned brand with more than 730 stores in 23 countries worldwide – of which 227 are in the UK. The Franchise Magazine reports on what makes Cash Converters such a successful business model.
Joining forces to create a CeX franchise proved a winning formula for two partnerships. Zubair Khatri and Javid Rasul jointly own a Birmingham CeX store while Trevor Finlay and Stuart Dixon formed a partnership to run a chain of stores in Northern Ireland.