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17 & 18 June 2016 | EventCity, Manchester


The British Franchise Exhibition


takes place at EventCity in Manchester on 17 & 18 June 2016.


Friday 17 June 2016 10am – 5pm


Saturday 18 June 2016 10am – 4pm


To register for free tickets, please visit FranchiseTickets.co.uk using promotional


code ‘BFE1’ for The British Franchise Exhibition, saving up to £10 on the door.


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Progressive Sports, Platinum Property Partners and Magical Maths. Abiding by the principle of learning by example, visitors are encouraged to attend the day’s seminar programme to listen and observe those who are already working in the franchise industry. Company representatives are on hand with their honest expert opinions and advice to help future business owners achieve their individual business goals. Knowledge really is the order of the day at The British Franchise Exhibition, an event that encompasses everything franchisees need to know about starting a franchise business under one very large roof. There are over 40 seminars taking place throughout the two-day event discussing a range of hot topics such as ‘how to avoid pitfalls’ and ‘how to raise fi nance for your business’. There are also bfa franchising seminars, a fi nance clinic to give visitors one-to-one advice on business plans and back by popular demand, representatives from franchising heavyweight McDonald’s are running their insight sessions. With almost half of independent start-up businesses failing in the fi rst fi ve years, franchising is a viable option for any business-minded individuals wanting to start their own venture with the security of an established brand


behind them. Franchising combines the independence of owning a business with the cushioning of a tried-and-tested model. Using a prototype fuelled by dedicated individuals from diff erent backgrounds opens up a multitude of opportunities for people looking for a fresh start. Aspiring franchisees will have the full support of the parent company as well as access


“Knowledge really is the order of the day at The British Franchise Exhibition.”


to training. It is hardly surprising that, according to the bfa’s survey, there has been a 70 per cent increase in franchisees in the last ten years.


Being your own boss is often ranked as one of the most attractive reasons for choosing to buy into a franchised business. Franchisees enjoy being in control of their own business direction as franchise ownership combines a sense of independence with a greater level of security.


Adrian Goodsell, franchise sales director


at Venture Marketing Group, organisers of The British Franchise Exhibition, comments: “The British Franchise Exhibition opens up the franchise industry to thousands of determined entrepreneurs. They are off ered a unique opportunity to meet with distinguished brands from across Britain to gain invaluable guidance and see how franchising has worked well in the past. The exhibition is perfect for those who already have a good level of understanding, but are looking to talk to brands and experts in more detail. Every year we see more and more people armed with research with very defi nitive objectives for their visit.”


Manchester is rated as the second most globally infl uential UK city thanks to continued investment and commitment and the promise of Crossrail. EventCity was the obvious venue choice as London is no longer the only hub of economic growth with businesses continuing to blossom through the midlands and beyond. The huge variety of top franchise brands and the abundance of advice and information from industry professionals are just a few reasons why this is a key event in the franchise calendar. Whatever stage of your journey, all roads lead to Manchester and The British Franchise Exhibition.


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