Business franchises

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Business franchises  cover those businesses that sell goods and services to other businesses, otherwise known as business-to-business franchises. A business franchise offers an essential business service, and you will usually get a lot of repeat business. You will provide a highly valued service and help other companies grow as your business grows. Did you know that B2B franchise owners tend to be older than those in other sectors?


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MJB. Graham Sales & Business Development

MJB. Graham Sales & Business Development

Build a successful consultancy business and reach £100k earnings within 12 months
Type: Franchise
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Pitman Training

Pitman Training

Franchisees are able to run their own training centre helping train private and business clients in IT and business management.
Type: Franchise
Sandler Training

Sandler Training

Sandler Training use their unique Sandler System to attract business and benefit their clients.
Type: Franchise
Min. Investment: £25,000
LMI

LMI

Tangible Business Performance Improvements through the Development of Leaders, Managers and Individuals.
Type: Franchise
MCS Cleaning Services

MCS Cleaning Services

Be your own boss and run your own life by becoming an MCS franchise partner, with our proven operation and business model.
Type: Franchise
Min. Investment: £14,995
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Nationwide Cleaners

Nationwide Cleaners

Money back guarantee*. Management franchise. Home help industry. Work from home. Flexible hours. Enormous territory for rapid growth.
Type: Franchise

Business franchises  cover those businesses that sell goods and services to other businesses, otherwise known as business-to-business franchises. A business franchise offers an essential business service, and you will usually get a lot of repeat business. You will provide a highly valued service and help other companies grow as your business grows. Did you know that B2B franchise owners tend to be older than those in other sectors?