Adam Bannister

Adam Bannister

Writer

Adam Bannister writes for all titles in the Dynamis stable including BusinessesForSale.com, FranchiseSales.com and PropertySales.com as well as other industry publications.

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  • How to run a care-at-home franchise
    According to Paul Barry of Bluebird Care, who owns multiple units.
    FranchiseSales.com: Paul, can you give us an outline of a typical day?...
  • Third of franchisees already business owners
    People who already own businesses are keen to buy into franchises.
    More than one in three people who want to buy a franchise already own a business, a survey by FranchiseSales.com has revealed....
  • Signs of a dubious franchise
    Large up-front license fees and a refusal to give you access to franchisees, chief among them...
    Troy Tappenden, Managing Director, Dream Doors Ltd “If a franchise is always asking for large license fees up-front and their premises are not very impressive themselves, and is...
  • "Why we set up a new franchising association"
    The Approved Franchise Association will boost accreditation levels and raise standards, co-founder Craig Brittain says.
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  • Online franchise: the travel resource
    Co-founder Neil Waller says MyDestination Info franchisees make money and have fun.
    FranchiseSales.co.uk: Why did you choose franchising as your method of expansion?...
  • Web design franchise & other home-based opportunities
    Work-from-home business opportunities have proliferated in the internet era, including in franchising.
    Opportunities to work from home have proliferated in the internet age. But van-based franchises, where paperwork is done at home but franchisees are mostly on the road delivering to or visiting cus...
  • The franchise opportunities marketplace: Q4-2011 snapshot
    A greater chance of survival is overwhelmingly the most popular reason for buying a franchise, according to the latest quarterly survey from FranchiseSales.com.
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  • B2B buyers older than typical franchisees
    A survey of those enquiring on B2B franchisees has also revealed rising costs as a major concern.
    The B2B sector seems to attract a much older franchise seeker than other industries, a FranchiseSales.com survey has revealed. More than four in five (82%) of those who recently enquired on franchi...
  • Business franchise: a day in the life
    Still in the early stages of establishing his shipping solutions business, Simon Smith is nevertheless contemplating a second territory.
    I signed up to the franchise agreement in July 2009 but we didn’t actually open until December. We’re 13 months in now.  Beforehand I was marketing for another franchise who weren’t in great shape,...
  • Franchise business: auto tools empire expands
    Mac Tools, a 73-year-old brand owned by Stanley Black & Decker, recruits people from a range of backgrounds.
    An income of £50,000 to £75,000 is possible if you join the Mac Tools brand in its continuing UK expansion. Part of Stanley Black &amp; Decker’s $8bn global organisation since 1980, Mac Tools has...
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