A franchisor looking to raise awareness and communicate the sound ethics of your franchise amongst the ever growing crowd of new franchisors operating with little or no accreditation?
A potential franchisee bewildered by all the claims and hype wanting guidance on the credibility and likely success of your chosen franchise, or just help on deciding what type of franchise would be right for you?
A franchisee who wants to be well informed and have access to help, assistance and guidance which is tailored to the franchise industry and delivered by experienced franchise professionals?
A supplier with services or products that are of benefit to franchisors or franchisees and wanting to ensure that they are aware of you?
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘Yes’ then The Franchise Alliance (TFA) is here to help you.
The principal of ethical franchising is where there is an ongoing, agreed relationship mutually benefiting the parties carrying out business with the assistance of advice, guidance, peer-to-peer and linear support ;following recognised and proven methods with regards to operations, products, services, marketing and training.
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Here at The Franchise Alliance we like to throw the spotlight on franchisors who we think embody the true spirit of franchising. The kind of franchisor who supports, trains and values his franchisees even to the point of publishing how they like their “brew” (a Northern expression) on the website!
Meet Jamie Cullen the brains behind Mobile Car Spa which he set up in March 2011.
Since its official launch only last month The Franchise Alliance in partnership with the Transmit Start Up Loans Company has helped several entrepreneurs to realise their dream of business ownership.
From car valeting in the North East to property claims management nationally the TFA & Transmit have enabled individuals to purchase their own franchises via start up loans which Transmit as a delivery partner can offer at an interest rate of only 6%. unsecured.
When so many are finding it increasingly difficult to qualify for a loan through the usual channels the availability of such a scheme is proving to be of real benefit to the business community.
More than 44,000 operations on the high street are franchises so it should be no surprise that a predicted trend for franchising in 2016 is that there will be a growing number of multi-brand operators, some operating two or three different brands in a portfolio of franchised businesses.
Where some of the larger franchises are gradually becoming dominated by fewer franchisees owning multiple units, some smaller operators in the UK are looking outside of that brand for expansion.