Belfast Telegraph

Friday 26 December 2014

Free tickets for The Franchise Show

Commercial Feature

Franchise Direct are offering free tickets to The Franchise Show to all readers of the Belfast Telegraph.

Tickets can be found on the UK’s largest franchise directory and information website at www.franchisedirect.co.uk/franchiseseminars/the-franchise-show-06429/

Valued at £15, tickets to The Franchise Show offer anyone interested in starting their own franchise to meet with franchisors and consultants.

Following the success of November’s NI Franchise exhibition, readers who don’t want to wait another 10 months can benefit from the free tickets to the show in London’s ExCel on February 25th/26th.

Visitors will be able to meet and chat to the UK’s biggest franchisors, including Auditel, Driverhire, and Expense Reduction Analysts and attend franchise seminars run by the cream of the industry, including NatWest.

At the show you will have the opportunity to find information on the franchise industry as a whole; find help in deciding which type of franchise is best for you, find out what will be expected of you as a franchisee and have the opportunity to talk face-to-face with hundreds of the best franchise opportunities on the market including over 20 major U.S. brands!

For those who can’t make the show but still have an interest in franchising, Franchise Direct ( www.franchisedirect.co.uk) has a large information centre with step-by-step guides on how to build your franchise business.

The UK team will be on hand to chat to anyone interested in the franchise industry.

The online global portal, which has a presence in 10 countries and four continents, eagerly suggests anyone interested in franchising attends a franchise exhibition.

Individuals interested in starting their own franchise business can browse the range of exclusive offers and apply for information on financing on the Franchise Direct site by logging on to www.franchisedirect.co.uk

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