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FRANCHISEFOCUS INVESTMENT: FROM £86 ,000 Options galore Enjoy a tasty new career with a Subway franchise F


ranchising 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. Subway is one of the largest and most successful franchise brands, with over 2,500 stores now open across the UK and Ireland. Its well-established and robust franchise system has helped thousands of people across the world to build their own businesses. Subway is always on the lookout for go-getting, customer-focused individuals who want to join a world- renowned franchise system. Keith Hodgkinson and Neil Danily


are experienced Subway franchise owners, with nine stores across Burnley, Blackburn and Warrington. Over the past 13 years, they have built up a successful franchise business.


"Being a Subway franchise owner is certainly never boring!"


Neil says: “We both felt, and still do, that without the Subway name above the door, we wouldn’t sell as many sandwiches.” Keith adds: “I took a 10-week sabbatical


from my job to travel to Australia. When I returned, Neil told me he’d been looking into a Subway franchise as he was keen to invest in a business. With my background and experience, it felt like a good fit for us both.” Like all new franchise owners, Neil and


Keith attended a comprehensive training course at the Subway’s support centre in Cambridge. Keith comments: “I had a lot of experience working in the fast-food sector, but in spite of that it was great to attend the training. Subway offers new franchise owners a lot of support in the early days, when you really do need it. But even after 13


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years, we still maintain a close relationship with our local business development agent, who is always on hand to offer advice and support should we need it.” A second store followed shortly after the first, and the duo now have nine stores, providing around 80 jobs for the region. The business has become a real family affair, with Neil’s brother employed as a store manager, while the pair’s wives are involved behind the scenes and with the administration of the burgeoning venture. Ongoing training and support are


provided by experienced business development teams to help ensure each and every franchise owner maximises the success of their store. Neil says: “We were both impressed with Subway and the support it offered. A franchise was an attractive proposition as the franchisor has built up a wealth of knowledge and experience of operating stores and is keen to share this with the franchise owners to ensure they are successful and make the most of their businesses. “Being a Subway franchise owner is


certainly never boring. When I was in the army, I always felt challenged, but this wasn’t really the case with my other roles. We both really enjoy being Subway franchise owners. It’s great to be your own boss and have more control over your future.” The partners plan to expand their


Subway franchise business further, with additional stores across the region, and have the following advice for anyone considering opening a Subway franchise: “If you are passionate about the brand and the product, enjoy meeting new people and are willing to roll up your sleeves and work in the store, we would definitely recommend Subway.” l


CONTACT Subway Quick-service restaurant 0800 0855 058 (UK)/1800 413 076 (Eire) www.subwayfranchising.com franchiseopportunities@subway.co.uk


Investment level: £50k-£100k


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