Over the past few years, there is evidence to suggest that franchise opportunities have proved to be more successful and stable self-employment options than starting up small businesses from scratch, according to the British Franchise Association. With the economy experiencing difficult times as it is, and with redundancy figures increasing by the week, interest in franchising is also reflecting this increase. The BFA also adds that franchising remains a healthy and prosperous option for people looking for a new lifestyle.
Nowhere is this more evident than at Rhythm Time, one of the UK’s fastest growing children’s music providers for under 5’s. In the last year alone the company’s franchise opportunities have been snapped up by 11 new franchisees. Rhythm Time now has 32 successful franchises operating right across the UK, with interest from potential franchisees continuing on a daily basis.
Posted: 24th Jan 2011 | Read the full article…