Learn more about those who have been where you are now, and took the plunge to invest in their own white collar franchise. These are real-life franchise case studies, examples of people who have achieved franchise success, and who can provide testimonials to their franchisor.
Read the executive and management franchise case studies here, as starting your own business is one of the biggest decisions in life so these franchise case studies can be extremely helpful and give you the confidence you need to take the step into self-employment for yourself.
Paul Winterbottom has been a franchise owner with The Alternative Board since April 2014.
Julian Smith became The Alternative Board’s franchise owner in the Derby region in March 2010.
Gary and Hayley Ashe relocated to Britain to tap into its ‘mature’ franchising market.
Sara Holmes runs her Aspray franchise in Sunderland.
Sharan Dhaliwal launched her Caremark franchise after a career in the NHS, spanning 25 years.
Helen Harry was one of the pilots for the new Tutortoo franchise.
Former sales manager Manbir Takhar was looking for a new work opportunity when he joined Dream Doors in 2015.
Sean and Katie Hebdon have built a successful, family-run business that delivers the lifestyle they had always craved.
For Jon O’Hara opening the first Dream Doors showroom in Northern Ireland was also about finding the working freedom he was seeking.
Two childhood friends, Andy Earnshaw and Robert Wood, are topping up their pension pots by launching a Dream Doors franchise.