Elite Franchise Magazine

Elite Franchise September 2018

Turning over a new leaf 

The heatwave is now just mere memory, having left grey skies and a slight chill in the air that signals the arrival of autumn. And with September here, franchises stand to benefit in a big way. 

Throughout this issue, we’ve detailed what a great opportunity the month presents to grow networks. As schools reopen for business and parents rethink their duties around the school run, taking on a franchise is the answer that many seek, which we heard from franchisors and franchisees alike. It’s not just schools that encourage people to seek change though. 

As a single mother, Dog First Aid founder Jo Middleton desired more freedom to spend time with her two daughters, which she achieved through her love of animals – though it wasn’t without challenges. 

 Our cover star Paul Thompson is also one to test out new experiences, leaving property in the UK for the Caribbean, only to return after nearly drowning during his time overseas and become the franchisor behind none other than an infant swimming franchise Water Babies.

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