Tutor Doctor continues “record-breaking” growth with 15 new franchisees

With the UK as its fastest-growing territory, the global tutoring chain is seeking budding entrepreneurs to join its "ever-growing family"...

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Global tutoring franchise Tutor Doctor is celebrating the continuation of its “record-breaking” expansion rate with news that it has welcomed 15 new franchisees to its UK network over the past three months.

The franchise brand, which provides tailored home tutoring services in 15 countries, says the UK has shown the fastest growth in like-for-like sales since it launched its UK operations in 2009.

Having opened its 500th franchise worldwide in December last year, the brand is continuing its drive to recruit entrepreneurs from across the country as ‘Tutor Doctor business owners'.

The tutoring chain reports that its newest franchisees are already achieving considerable success.

Jenny Stephenson, who recently joined the chain to start a tutoring business, says she has achieved a “better work-life balance', while new addition Roger Kennedy claims to be well on his way to “builidng a profitable business while working with over 40 local families”.

On the business opportunities presented by the Tutor Doctor franchise, president Frank Milner commented:

“We’re incredibly proud of our ever-growing UK franchise family. Our new franchisees continue to set records and achieve outstanding results not just in their own businesses but in the communities they serve.

“From the support, technology and marketing teams at head office to our franchisees and their families; we’re a strong, motivated and passionate community and for that reason, we’ll continue to thrive.”

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