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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  • Internet franchise: web design business
    Oliver Brock runs the fastest-growing it’seeze franchise in the UK.
    After only 14 months of trading Oliver Brock, who has a degree in graphic design and 10 years’ marketing experience, now runs the fastest-growing it’seeze franchise in the UK and the second largest bu...
  • Franchises for sale: recession-defying records set at kitchen franchise
    A husband-and-wife team have overcome tricky trading conditions to shatter records in their first year of trading.
    A husband-and-wife team has shattered sales records at Dream Doors in only their first year of trading as franchisees. Achieving a £615,000 turnover, Mike and Elaine Hurley eclipsed the forecast ...
  • Franchise business opportunities: SEO biggest challenge for dotcoms
    Franchisees rate keeping abreast of changes to SEO is the biggest challenge in the sector.
    The constant evolution of search engine optimisation (SEO) presents the biggest challenge to internet franchises, according to prospective franchisees polled in a FranchiseSales.co.uk survey. The...
  • The Misadventures of Franchise Sam
    Have you met Franchise Sam? he wants to run his very own franchise but can never quite get it right.
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  • Unprecedented franchisee offer
    A cleaning franchise is offering the sort of perks franchisees thought they were sacrificing by leaving their jobs.
    A leading cleaning franchise is offering free private medical insurance to its franchisees and their families. And in another franchising first, Domestique is offering a 150% refund if franchisee...
  • Business franchise: B2B or not to be?
    B2B franchises often offer services essential to their clients, a big advantage in this cut-throat economy.
    Business-to-business franchises account for a huge proportion – more than a third – of franchise systems in the marketplace. Defined as enterprises that sell goods or services to other businesse...
  • McDonalds franchise: 10 things you probably didn't know
    The Big Max Index, an imitation McDonald's in Iraq and how the chain drove up service standards in East Asia.
    Ronald McDonald was not the company’s original mascot; Speedee, a winking waiter with a hamburger shaped head, was the chain’s representative in its formative years  Solid Gold McDonald’s, a ...
  • McDonald's franchise: Ray Kroc
    In 1960 Ray Kroc bought out the McDonald brothers and gained the exclusive rights to the McDonald’s name.
    He didn’t establish McDonald’s himself; he didn’t even create the fundamental concept of serving burgers and fries quickly and at a low price. But the global ubiquity of the iconic golden arches o...
  • Franchises for sale: franchising suits tough times
    Franchising has proved a durable model amid the worst downturn since the 1930s.
    Sixty percent of aspirant franchisees believe it’s a good time to buy a franchise against only 11% who think it’s a bad time, according to a survey. With the economic climate still turbulent and un...
  • Home-based franchise explosion
    Proliferation in work-from-home opportunities is meeting demand for part-time franchises.
    The number of work-from-home franchises has exploded and is helping to meet a growing demand for part-time business opportunities, reveals FranchiseSales.com. Of the 1,751 franchise systems adverti...
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