Prospective franchisees encouraged to attend upcoming National Franchise Exhibition

Mail Boxes Etc, McDonalds and Anytime Fitness among franchise brands speaking at flagship Birmingham event

Individuals looking for a change in career or to launch a new business are being urged to attend the National Franchise Exhibition, which is set to return next week at the NEC Birmingham.

Running on October 3 and October 4, the event aims to offer prospective franchisees access to “exciting” franchise opportunities, advice, and support on all things franchise-related.

Successful franchise brands such as Anytime Fitness, McDonald’s and Mail Boxes Etc will be at the event to discuss franchise vacancies alongside new franchises such as Smart PA and Diamond Logistics.

Organised by Venture Marketing Group, the two-day event will feature several seminars from the British Franchise Association (bfa) as well as talks from legal and financial experts, business advisors, and franchisors and franchisees.

There will also be a series of clinics on site to cover specific areas of franchising such as finance and careers, as well as an ‘Expert Advice Clinic’, and a ‘High Investment VIP Lounge’ for those looking to invest a “substantial amount” of capital.

Franchisees who have recently made the transition from employee to franchisee will be sharing their business story as part of the ‘Real Franchise Stories’ sessions.

Venture Marketing Group’s Adrian Goodsell said: “The National Franchise Exhibition is always an exciting event.

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“There is so much on offer for anyone interested in starting up a franchise. We are looking forward to welcoming a fantastic range of exhibitors this year and helping thousands of visitors on their way to starting a successful career in franchising.”

To gain free entry to the National Franchise Exhibition, register here and enter the code NFABDD.


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