Learn more about the experiences of others who have been considering an owner-operator van franchise or management van-based franchise with this series of franchise case studies and franchise success stories.
Van franchise case studies are an essential ally to your franchise research. Reading about people who have been where you are now, considering starting their own mobile business and taking one of the biggest decisions of their lives, can be extremely helpful and give you the confidence you need to take the step into self-employment for yourself with a van franchise.
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Jorge recently joined Fantastic Services as an Area Development franchisee after being a loyal customer for eight years.
After 11 years in the Royal Navy followed by 12 years as a project manager - Nigel was ready to own something for himself
Trophy franchisee Marie Murphy found the perfect work life balance after taking early retirement as an Area Director for a leading global financial institution.
Shuttercraft franchisee Martin, would never have believed that he would be achieving his yearly target in 12 months and the forecast £64K net earnings for year 2 should not be a problem.
Shuttercraft franchisee, Martin Burge, has experienced strong success on his journey with Shuttercraft
After 19 years spent in a variety of Sales & Marketing roles Charlie joined the franchising world as Shuttercraft Nottingham
ChipsAway recently caught up with new recruit Carolyn Kett, who joined the ChipsAway network at the start of 2021.
Venturing into the world of franchising at the age of 24 Riccardo Mudrak is among Agency Express’ youngest franchisees.
Lucy and Julian first met while working in retail on the shop floor. Eight years later and they're now married with two sons and running two successful businesses.
Redundancy can be one of the most devastating experiences in life, but for some it can be a blessing in disguise. Nigel Colson, owner of Ovenclean Swindon decided to take the leap into franchising after being made redundant.