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Dave Power has more experience than most when it comes to life in the retail sector. Here he talks to Irish Franchise Magazine about the strength of the Eason’s brand and how it provides unwavering support to its franchise owners.
The Belfast centre of leading signs and graphics franchise, Signs Express, received an exotic invitation to supply their services when local window manufacturer, KMR Windows, required signage for their new showroom in Athens, Greece.
Domino's Pizza has said that its sales in Ireland have grown 5.1 per cent to €12.1m, in the 13 weeks leading up to the end of June.
Prontaprint, Europe's leading print, design and copy specialist, has a wealth of recruitment opportunities available to aspiring franchisees as it rolls out a new generation of digital business print centres across Ireland. Prontaprint reports.
Cork-based telecommunication specialist Cubic Telecom has awarded all of its 10 franchises in Ireland just three months after announcing the opportunity.
When customers feel so much a part of a business that they take photos and ask for a job, you know that you're onto a good thing. Alastair Spink, Ireland Master Franchisee, reveals why he's so proud of Puccino's
We’re looking for ambitious self-motivated individuals who enjoy meeting people, possess good attention to detail and are, above all, passionate about delivering excellent customer service to join our nationwide network.
As Mick Fitzgibbon celebrates his first 20 years with the company, he has experienced the good, and some interesting times at Snap.
Every business person dreams about finding an untapped market, with a residual income stream – which is exactly what PuriFry is offering in Ireland. PuriFry is a vibrant company providing a unique Irish service in fryer management, enabling its franchise owners to generate an income in excess of...
Payzone and Ireland’s leading franchise courier Fastway Couriers, are set to launch a new online product called Parcel Connect – an innovative new service that allows customers to Send, Collect and Return online goods via their local shop.
With the food and drink sector continuing to grow in Ireland, current Esquire franchise owners, Fergal McGovern and Rhona O’Sullivan, have capitalised on this growth by opening their third store.
Esquires Drogheda is a stunning coffee shop set in the grandiose premises of an old bank building. What’s more, the franchise owner, Kealan O’Connor, has made an impressive living from his business since he opened his doors in 2011. Jamie Brown investigates how this business has gone from strength to strength as a quality community-based coffee house.
Kendlebell, one of Ireland’s leading providers of personalised outsource solutions for the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) sector, is seeking quality franchise owners to continue its national expansion.
Established professional carpet and upholstery cleaning franchise, Chem-Dry, has territories available across Ireland. The company states that its unique hot carbonating cleaning process, revolutionary technology and over 30 years of experience, together with ongoing research, sets its franchise...
The Zip Yard, Ireland’s largest alterations and garment repair specialists, open its 50th store in Ranelagh Village in Ireland by existing franchise owner, Adrian Flanagan.
Children's activity and education franchise, JumpingClay, is enjoying a period of rapid expansion. Eager investors, who have spotted the franchise's money-making potential, have bought all but one of the territories that are available within Ireland.
Martin Breen and Barbara McDonnell were already successful entrepreneurs turning the Skyline Foundation's 'Greencaps' programme into a commercial success at Dublin Airport. However, they wanted to utilise their skills in business development and customer service and start another business together. While enjoying a BB's coffee they found themselves pondering the prospect of opening their own...
Dyno-Rod Marketing Projects Manager Andrew Whitehead discusses the important role motivation plays in franchising.
The Franchise Exhibition in Northern Ireland has drawn an impressive range of franchising companies to the Odyssey, Belfast 12th - 13th May 2006.
The Co. Down town of Bangor welcomed celebrity chef Paul Rankin recently when the doors opened to the first franchised Rankin Café.
The world's largest pet grooming franchise, Aussie Pet Mobile is launching in Ireland with the appointment of Paul Fagan as Master Franchisee for Ireland and the UK.
Irish Franchise Magazine spoke to Jim Osbourne: Company Director Lynne Byrne: Managing Director and James Osbourne: IT and promotions Director, to get the low-down on Irelands newest activity centre, which is leading the way in keeping young people active and healthy.
Fryer Management Franchise, PuriFry, which specialises in the cleaning and filtration of deep fat fryers has expanded its operations into the Republic of Ireland with its first Dublin franchise owner Philip Breslin.
The LloydsPharmacy brand is well known to millions of UK consumers, with an established heritage of over 40 years of trading in over 1,600 pharmacies.
Before setting up his County Dublin Kendlebell office in Greenogue Business Plaza, Rathcoole, Donal Daly was previously Sales Manager at eircom, where he had over 13 years’ sales management experience, profitably growing market-share in the information communications technology market. He...
One fashion school is making the opportunity possible for women all around the country, who want to work for themselves but not by themselves.
Remarkable weight losses are being achieved by Celbridge mums, commuters and local workers following the grand opening of a Ladies Workout Express 30-minute fitness centre.
Auditel, one of the UK's largest franchised networks of cost management consultants, is actively recruiting a franchise network in Ireland.
Founder Fiona Egan explains the inspiration and concept behind sásta and the interest it has generated in the academic and scientific communities, as well as the business world
Most people of a certain age are happy to tell you, without a jot of ambiguity, where they were when Neil Armstrong first set foot on the moon. What that historic small step represented was the key to literally a whole new world of possibility. For those, like myself, who are immersed in the franchise industry, the exciting establishment of the UK’s inaugural sásta fitness and weight loss franchise location was always likely to be one of those moments. Gareth Samuel reports.
Jim Durie of énergie describes the company’s achievements in 2014 and aspirations for the coming year.
The UK’s expanding hairdressing industry is worth over £5bn a year; it’s not without good reason we often hear news stories of this growing market being ‘recession-proof’ as for millions of British women it’s the last luxury to sacrifice.
Kendlebell, a white-collar business to business franchise opportunity, is seeking quality franchise owners to aid its expansion across Ireland.
Sir Richard Branson tells Roy Seaman how he built his business empire and how he will always back franchising
Whether or not to franchise can be a difficult decision for many business owners – What is involved? How do I protect the core venture? Will I get sufficient return on my investment? And what exactly does business format franchising entail as opposed to other expansion models?
Franchisors tap into their years of experience to answer some of the most frequently asked questions by people looking at becoming franchise owners
Building on its well established position as one of the UK's most successful emergency repair services, Dyno-Secure is a new franchise opportunity which aims to meet the growing need for a fully resourced mobile security repair and installation service.