Commuters encouraged to leave the ‘rat race’ at one of London’s busiest stations
London commuters at Victoria Station were encouraged to escape the rat race by a massive piece of striking 3D floor art.
The artwork was created by Prokill, a national pest prevention company, as a way to highlight the lifestyle change that can be achieved through owning one of its franchised businesses.
Prokill’s Managing Director, Dean Spiers, believes that people need to understand what opportunities are available to them if they are to change the path that they are on in order to enjoy a more rewarding and healthier work life balance.
He said: “With a franchise business comes an established brand, a tried and tested business model and a comprehensive training and support package. We want hard working, committed, forward thinking people to realise that our franchise is a viable option with a strong return not just financially, but it also provides the balance and job satisfaction that you seek and deserve.”
Prokill has a nationally expanding network of pest prevention experts, ensuring the local knowledge delivers greater results. The company is looking to recruit potential franchise business owners throughout the UK, especially the South East and northern counties in the next 12 months with a view to growing a network estimated at reaching 100 branches in total.