The British Franchise Exhibition is set to bring a range of franchise opportunities together at Manchester Central on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 June 2010, making it easier for potential franchise owners to find their perfect business.
Providing a comprehensive snapshot into the world of franchising with a vast list of exhibitors and an extensive free seminar programme, The British Franchise Exhibition will offer priceless information and advice to business-minded people. The Growing Your Own Business Conference, the Franchisee Panel and the launch of the British Plan Clinic also form part of the show's programme.
"The 2010 British Franchise Exhibition in Manchester will offer everything a potential business owner needs to research and develop a new career in franchising, from business opportunities to advice on growth, expansion and strategy," said Mike Seaman, Franchise Portfolio Manager at Venture Marketing Group, organisers of The British Franchise Exhibition in Manchester.
With exhibiting companies including Architectural Services, Expense Reduction Analysts, MOT2U, Cash Generator and many more, The British Franchise Exhibition has opportunities to suit every budget and interest. In addition to this many valuable new initiatives have been developed to offer visitors the latest news, information and advice about franchising. Among this list is McDonald's Open Days, which will be held onsite for the first time ever at the event.
With a private seminar room, two sessions a day and one-on-one meetings to discuss future career prospects, the McDonald's Open Day is expected to attract many potential franchise owners looking to invest and learn more about the secrets behind the success of the famous family restaurant.
"We are delighted to be involved in this year's British Franchise Exhibition in Manchester," commented Derek Rodgers, Head of Franchising, McDonald's UK. "We look forward to meeting prospective franchise owners at the Open Days we will be holding at this notable franchising industry event."
Published: 23 April 2010
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