Global IT training specialist announces franchise opportunities Written by Aimee Bradshaw Published on 18 June 2013 Our experts We are a team of writers, experimenters and researchers providing you with the best advice with zero bias or partiality. Written and reviewed by: Aimee Bradshaw Senior Writer Global IT training chain New Horizons has announced UK-wide franchise opportunities.Founded in 1982, the training franchise currently has 300 centres in over 60 countries. After recent success with its flagship London franchise, the brand is looking for highly qualified and experienced business professionals to further develop its presence within Britain.The franchise specialises in providing small and medium-sized businesses as well as established firms with IT advice, guidance and career development.Franchisees will be given an exclusive territory in a major city within the UK and units are available for a minimum of £20,000, with total capital needed estimated at £96,000.Franchise packages offer an award-winning training programme, including access to various e-learning resources, as well as free training for any franchisee's employees.The company also offers ongoing support via online events and annual conferences where franchisees are encouraged to develop their skills.Scott McDaniel, international development director for New Horizons commented:“New Horizons' UK expansion provides an excellent opportunity for those looking to develop a franchise business. It also means new jobs for communities in each new training centre, which we are particularly pleased to be supporting.“We're looking to partner with like-minded companies and professionals who are passionate about growing their business and achieving financial freedom whilst at the same time helping others to succeed.” Share this post facebook twitter linkedin Written by: Aimee Bradshaw Senior Writer Aimee is Startups' resident expert in business tech, products, and services. She loves a great story and enjoys chatting to the startups and small business community. Starting her own egg delivery business from the age of 12, she has a healthy respect for self-starters and local services.