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24th October 2020
The team at Dream Doors Stoke sold ¬£222,566 worth of kitchen makeover projects in September, setting a new record within the UK‚Äôs #1 kitchen makeover company.
20th October 2020
UK Business Mentoring welcomes Anne Williams and Mark Roblett who bring a combined knowledge of 50 years experience to the network.
13th October 2020
Father and son team, Rob and James bought into a kitchen makeover business together after deciding they were both ready for a career change.
6th October 2020
AfTER working as a chauffeur and managing a bed and breakfast for several years, Tohid Mohebbi was ready to regain control of his working life.
24th September 2020
Over lockdown, InXpress has continued to grow, and are currently, leading our 100th and 101st franchisees through our training programme
22nd September 2020
The UK‚Äôs #1 kitchen makeover company has trained new franchisees this year and they have all gone on to make sales within a few weeks of joining the business.
1st September 2020
After completing his initial training, Neil enjoyed only two weeks of normal trading before Covid-19 movement restrictions were imposed.
1st September 2020
Partners are now provided with a dedicated success coach who will provide both sales and business support.
24th August 2020
Despite setbacks caused by the Covid-19 lockdown, franchisees for the UK‚Äôs #1 kitchen makeover company turned over more than ¬£7million in July ‚Äď another record for the company.
19th August 2020
A DREAM Doors franchise in Scotland has turned over more than ¬£208,000 in one month during the Covid-19 lockdown.