Precious Imp Prints launches nationwide recruitment drive

Family keepsake franchise Precious Imp Prints has launched a nationwide recruitment drive and seeks prospective franchisees to help keep up with the consumer demand for its service. Precious Imp Prints offers a home-based business opportunity, which is suitable for people with a young family or those looking to get back into work once their children are older.

Precious Imp Prints franchisees offer parents the opportunity to capture and preserve their child's physical features. From fingerprints on silver charms, to hand and feet imprints on clay and expressions in photography. These are then added to jewellery, frames or albums to create unusual personal gifts.

Founder Rebecca Susca says: 'I started Precious Imp Prints because I wanted to do something that would work around my young son. However, I soon realised that the potential of the brand was phenomenal. This inspired me to set up franchises so other women like me could run their own successful and rewarding business.

'There is no typical week for a franchisee, but you can easily turn over £1,000 for 36 hour week as people love the products. They are stylish enough to fit with today's modern lifestyles be that interiors or jewellery. 'Precious Imp Prints already has six successful and growing franchises. Like me, the franchisees are young mums who love the independence and of course the earnings that business brings. As a person, I'm very self-motivated which I know comes naturally for most women with busy lives like mine.

'I love chatting to families about their children and seeing their faces when they see the final product. This, I think, is the criteria for a successful Precious Imp Prints franchise - chatting to lovely people all day, hours to suit you and job satisfaction to boot.'

The role of the franchisees is to arrange and run events at local shows, baby groups and nurseries, organise and do home visits and Precious Imp Print parties. As part of the franchise package prospective franchisees will go on an initial six-week training programme, have access to continual marketing and event management support and have the opportunity to attend regular sales meetings.