'Business as usual' at ChipsAway
Roger Wild and Steve Bignell, respectively Executive Chairman and Managing Director of ChipsAway group, have declared that it's 'business as usual' for ChipsAway and it sister franchise companies PCC (Professional Car Cleaning) and Autosheen, despite the recent demise of Myhome International.
'While Myhome has unfortunately gone into administration, its trading subsidiaries ChipsAway, PCC and Autosheen are not affected,' confirms Roger Wild (pictured above). 'We continue to trade as usual.'
Steve Bignell adds: 'All three businesses have been well run, are solid, profitable and have very strong future prospects. Each business will be represented at the National Franchise Exhibition (on Stand F70) and we look forward to meeting prospective franchisees there!'
Established in 1994, the ChipsAway group is the largest automotive franchise group in the world, with over 400 UK franchisees and operations in numerous countries including Russia, South Africa and most of Europe. Roger Wild and Steve Bignell have been at the helm of ChipsAway since their Management Buy-In in 2003 and were the driving force behind the launch of PCC in 2006 and the establishment of the ChipsAway group as one of the leading players in UK franchising.