Stewart Green has reaped the benefits that the Bardon Group offers.
Stephen and Ciorsdan Price started their Recognition Express franchise in West Scotland in 2003.
Hugh O’Neill put his redundancy payment towards the purchase of a Recognition Express franchise in 2010, and he’s set to reach his target ultimate turnover by 2022.
Three heads are better than one for Recognition Express South East Scotland.
Stephen Loasby is now the proud owner of Recognition Express in Cowgate, Peterborough.
Matt Bevis, Claire Lindley & Danny Bevis purchased and already established Recognition Express business in Grimsby.
The ongoing support from the franchisor is very comprehensive. Good initiatives and brochures are widely available to help you promote the business. New ideas and promotions are always changing to keep pace with the marketplace. It's this approach of constantly reassessing the marketplace that helps us maintain our position.Kevin Andrews, Recognition Express Taunton
Having been away from the workplace for 18 years, I was apprehensive about starting my own business. The support I have received from Recognition Express has been exceptional. The business is going extremely well and the economic climate has not affected my business at all. In fact, people are very aware of the need to promote the business and keep their name out there.Jan Chidley, Recognition Express Hull and East Riding
Multiple Revenue Streams (promo to clothing to name badges to awards)
Centralised Marketing Programmes