Rosemary Bookkeeping has already welcomed eight new franchise owners to its network since the beginning of this year.
The new franchise owners have joined the bookkeeping company from a range of backgrounds, from professional modelling to telecommunications, and all are focused on driving their franchise business forward to achieve a secure future.
Rosemary Bookkeeping offers full training and support as part of its franchise package. Clothing model Lucienne Perry, who joined the brand in January and owns the Lichfield territory, said: “It really gave me the confidence to go out and start getting work, knowing that the support is there.”
The other new franchise owners are Terry Williams and Rosie Farrell, who bought the Cheshunt territory; Alison Buck, who owns Rosemary bookkeeping Swindon; Richard Benett, who owns the Bournemouth territory; Sarosh Patel, who now owns Rosemary Bookkeeping Stains; Margaret Heath, who purchased the Farnborough location; and Julie Bowie, who owns the Oxford territory.
Father and daughter team Steve Brown and TJ Sutherland launched their Rosemary Bookkeeping franchise in Newbury in late 2010, and now share their experience of building a Rosemary business at Discovery and Training Days. Brown thinks it was the best decision he ever made. He said: “This is a scalable business which can work around your kids and family or you can build the business to manage your own team of bookkeepers, all using the Rosemary System. You don’t have to sit by the phone 24/7, so you can choose your hours between daytime, evening and weekends to fit around your life.”
Published: 9 March 2012
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