Mum2Mum Market expands franchise opportunities following Dragons’ Den win

With 35 franchises across the UK, the second hand baby clothes market place is targeting 100 franchises by 2018

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Mum2Mum Market, a second hand “newly new” baby clothes market place, is planning on expanding its franchise following a successful recent investment on BBC Dragons’ Den.

Founded by mum of three Cath Harrop, the franchise recently secured £35,000 for 25% of the business from serial entrepreneur and Dragon investor Deborah Meaden.

With 35 franchises already active across the UK, Mum2Mum Market is now targeting 100 franchises across the next two years.

Harrop said: “For our Mum2Mum Market franchisees the main day to day business is marketing the events to other mums which fits in perfectly with family life.”

For more information on becoming a franchisee for Mum2Mum Market click here.

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