My long term ambition was to work for myself and it took me couple of years to research the market. The British Franchise Association was my point of contact, via the internet, followed by reading magazine after magazine. I had always appreciated the many benefits of franchising and recognising that the high risks of starting a business were well covered helped to secure my future with OSCAR.
Andrew Mitchell brought many logistical and organisational skills to his OSCAR franchise in Calder Valley.
Nigel and Berni Woodall celebrate their fifth OSCAR anniversary.
Brian Hulme celebrates his 15th anniversary with OSCAR Pet Foods.
If ever an OSCAR Pet Food franchise fell into the right hands it had to be those of Steve and Jill Tubbs!
Being self-employed with OSCAR Pet Foods and working from home gives you the flexibility of running your own business around family requirements, and your lifestyle around your business.
Sarah Stephens decided that a complete career change was needed and an OSCAR franchise provided the ideal opportunity to make a new start.
Nigel and Bernie Woodhall talk about their decision to join Oscar Pet Foods.
Father and Son, Laurence and Malcolm Slade, are united in business with Oscar Pet Foods in Kent.
One year into their OSCAR business, Shaun and Dawn Brigden, from Burgess Hill, take a moment to reflect on the decision that changed their life.
OSCAR is not always an unknown name to its potential franchisees because some of them are already customers whose pets are benefiting from the goodness of healthy food.
Pippa Crow was already an OSCAR customer and very aware of what she was taking on when she approached OSCAR to purchase her franchise.
Martyn Berry took 18 months to decide that he wanted to more into franchising, but the decision of OSCAR Pet Foods was an easy one.
Brian Hulme runs his OSCAR Pet Foods business in Stockport, Greater Manchester.