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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Franchisee Ian Scott spent ten years as business development manager for a training company beforedeciding Revive! was the business for him.
After facing redundancy from his long-standing career as a sales and marketing director in a national soft furnishings business, Barry faced uncertainty with a lack of decent opportunities in the corporate world.
Nicola went from the boardroom table to her dining room table to start her own business from home, and she’s never looked back.
Hear from Josh Jillians as he talks about his first 2 years as a business owner
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.
Russell Hudson joined Revive! in 2006 after previously working for a software company as an Account Manager.
After 23 years as chef in the Royal Logistics Corps, Stuart was ready for a change and a new challenge.
Anthony Wilcock gave up a career in the city in 2012 to become his own boss.
Steve Thatcher set up Revive! Portsmouth in 2004.