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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  • Franchise business opportunities: the consultancy franchisee
    Carl Windsor says establishing his Auditel franchise has been immensely challenging.
    A husband and wife franchise team from Brigg, North Lincolnshire spoke to BusinessWings.co.uk about running a cost-management consultancy franchise....
  • Now is a great time to recruit franchisees
    When times get a little hard the first thing to face the axe is often a franchisor's marketing budget. By reappraising your budget and ensuring you are spending in the right places you can actually increase revenue.
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  • Business franchise: commercial cleaning proving recession-proof
    Cleaning companies are benefiting hugely from the downturn.
    Providing an essential service, the contract cleaning industry is coping with the recession well. As companies increasingly look to cut costs related to non-core areas, commercial cleaning companie...
  • Subway franchise: a franchisee
    Mark Rannard never knew he was the entrepreneurial type.
    Mark Rannard never considered running his own business until he ventured into a sub sandwich shop for lunch one day. Now the owner of seven Subway franchise stores in and around Liverpool, he’s pro...
  • Children's franchise: Creation Station
    Creation Station is an ideal opportunity for entrepreneurial mothers.
    Contrary to what you might glean from the franchise name, you don’t need to be creative to run a Creation Station franchise. Sarah Cressall, founder of the children's franchise, describes how its a...
  • Care franchise opportunity
    Home Instead has proven a hit stateside, and is now making inroads into a complacent UK care sector.
    Business ideas are often born when entrepreneurial consumers’ are dissatisfied with an existing product or service. Paul Hogan is one such person, who decided to start a care agency after decidin...
  • Recession-proof business: care franchise
    It's reasonable to say the care sector is fairly recession-proof.
    The ‘demographic timebomb’ is nothing of the sort for entrepreneurs in the senior care franchise sector. That we’re an ageing population promises further growth in the nursing sector. That...
  • Restaurant franchise: Papa John’s
    The third biggest pizza company in the UK, Papa John's has grown rapidly.
    Number three in the industry, Papa John’s controls a huge slice of the £700m pizza market. But with around half of its 120 stores within the M25 and swathes of the country unaccustomed to the del...
  • Buying a computer franchise
    Chris Bartoszewicz has a passion for computers and technology.
    Adam Bannister: What sparked the urge to relocate back home?...
  • Business franchise: office and IT training
    The Pitman Training franchise opportunity is ideally suited to those with sales experience.
    BusinessesForSale: What makes Pitman Training an attractive franchise? David Shimwell: Any successful franchise usually has a strong brand attached to it, and with Pitman training you get the b...
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