2nd February 2017
Adam Thompson, Managing Director UK & Europe at InXpress will be speaking at the International Symposium on Franchising on 16th March.
Adam will be sharing his knowledge of building and growing a business both nationally and internationally. His speaking slot ‘How to Enter the US Market’ will help to give other business owners inspiration and motivation to continue growing their businesses.
InXpress are always happy to share their advice and experience with other business owners and welcome the chance to share their global success with others.
"I’m looking forward to speaking at the Symposium and hearing from other franchisors. Although at InXpress we have many years of experience in building a business globally, we’re always keen to learn more from your peers. We continually aim to improve and develop our business so that we stay ahead of our competition and speaking to and networking with other like-minded business owners is a great way to do this."
Developed by the IFA, the British Franchise Association and the European Federation, the International Symposium on Franchising will address the latest trends, strategies and opportunities for growth in the US, UK and European markets. Featuring expert speakers, this event is for anyone looking for up to date information about how to grow a franchise business globally while effectively managing problems and risk. Topics for discussion include embracing digital marketing and technology, worldwide regulations affecting franchising, maintaining brand consistency, franchisee support, the impact of Brexit, financing, today’s buyer behaviour, and more.
InXpress is one of the world’s largest franchisors of worldwide express parcel delivery and transportation services. They are the number one reseller of express courier services offering solutions for internal and domestic express services. Franchisees offer express, freight and mail services through world-class carriers that customers know and trust. InXpress gives those with business or management experience the change to develop their existing skillsets to build scalable and flexible businesses with high earning potential.
10th January 2018
From supplying the demands of InXpress, to meeting the demands of a growing franchise network, new MD Jon White, has exciting plans for a New Year, and a new season.
17th November 2017
InXpress releases a new advert highlighting the multiple ways franchisees offer excellent service and value to their customers.
10th November 2017
On Friday 10th November InXpress released their brand new advert worldwide.
18th August 2017
Neena Gupta uses her work experience with InXpress as a business mentor to young people.
7th August 2017
InXpress have been named winners of the bfa HSBC Brand Innovation award at the 2017 Awards event.
1st June 2017
The InXpress convention shines its light on past achievements, present inspirations and future goals.
25th April 2017
Craig Atkins, franchise owner of InXpress Reading, completed the Manchester Marathon on Sunday 2nd April.
20th March 2017
The overriding reason that customers are turning to InXpress for their shipping requirements is all about the overall service that is provided.
I’ve known about franchising for quite a while and I’m reassured by the fact that 95% of franchisees are still in business after 5 years. New businesses often fail before the initial five years.Bill Carter, Liverpool franchisee since 2008
I chose to franchise with InXpress because it’s like someone’s got their arm around you. I also liked the fact that you didn’t need a lot to run the business. You can run it from home, an office or anywhere in the world as long as you’ve got an internet connection.Kully Sahota, Peterborough franchisee since October 2012
InXpress gives you a business concept and plan that you can run with. All you need is the right work ethic to deliver and make the business successful. There’s a model in place so you don’t have to reinvent the wheel – that was the biggest attraction for me.Lendy Mazur, Salisbury franchisee since February 2013
High income potential
No inventory, no warehousing, minimum overheads
Low entry cost