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FRANCHISEFOCUS INVESTMENT: FROM £80,000 All change Make running your own business a reality with Subway D


o you see yourself running your own business, but you're not sure where to start? A Subway


franchise could be the step into business ownership that you have been looking for. Franchising is one of the most successful routes to business ownership; it enables hard-working, entrepreneurial individuals to fulfil their ambition to become their own boss, but with the added reassurance that they are joining a tried-and-tested business model. Will Bray is a proud franchise owner of


four Subway stores in Bath. Will studied Agriculture and Business Studies at Newcastle University and within just months of graduating, he became the franchise owner of a Subway store in Bath.


"Subway provides ongoing and consistent support"


Will explains: “During my school years,


I was a regular visitor to my local Subway store; in fact, the Sandwich Artists began to recognise me and would start making my Sub to my exact specifications long before I had even had to ask for it!” “I loved the brand and its future


potential. My family is in farming, but I didn’t feel it was the right career path for me. With the business studies knowledge I had gained at university and my passion for the brand, a Subway franchise felt like the perfect career.” Will met with his local business


development team, who were able to provide all the advice and guidance he needed. With a little financial support from his dad, Will became the franchise owner of an existing Subway store in Bath in August 2016. A second store in the city followed in May 2018, and two further stores in late 2019. Like all new franchise owners, Will


attended a two-week training course at Subway’s Support Centre in Cambridge.


p Will Bray (second left) with his Subway team


This provided all the necessary classroom and in-store experience Will needed to run his Subway franchise. Will says: “The training was really good fun. I had a great group, many of whom were from different countries in Europe and we have stayed in touch. It’s great to hear from them and learn about their experiences in their home countries. I’ve even had the chance to visit one a fellow trainee in Amsterdam. “The support Subway provides


for franchise owners is ongoing and consistent. My Business Consultant is always at the end of the phone to help with anything from deliveries, to financials and advertising. “The best part of being a Subway


franchise owner is the flexibility – I really enjoy being my own boss, in charge of my work-life balance and longer term future.” A typical day sees Will spreading his


time across his four Subway stores in Bath. He says: “I really enjoy building up a rapport with my guests and getting to know them and the local community. It’s important my customers realise


that behind the big Subway brand is a small business owner, who wants to be a valuable member of the community. Asked what he would say to prospective


franchise owners, Will comments: “Do your research and ask lots of questions. Speak to your local Business Development team, as well as other franchise owners. I’m always willing to talk to someone who is considering becoming a franchise owner. It’s also worth visiting other stores.” With new and existing store


opportunities available throughout the UK and Ireland, Subway is keen to hear from hard-working, entrepreneurial individuals who want to join one of the largest and most popular franchise brands 


SUBWAY Quick-service restaurant 0800 0855 058 (UK) or 1800 413 076 (Eire) franchiseopportunities@subway.co.uk subwayfranchising.com


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Investment level: £50k-£100k


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