Rosemary Bookkeeping boosted by two new franchisees

Bookkeeping chain looking to expand following recruitment of Ashish Brahmbhatt and David Vasey

Nationwide bookkeeping chain Rosemary Bookkeeping is set to scale its franchise network after signing new franchisees Ashish Brahmbatt and David Vasey, who will be launching their franchises this month.

In a first for the bookkeeping brand, Brahmbatt will be running the company’s first ever family-run franchise with his father and sister-in-law.

Vasey, who had originally enquired about the franchise opportunity in 2010, has “decided to take the leap” will be operating his business in Haselmere, Surrey .

Established in 2002, bfa-accredited Rosemary Bookkeeping offers “intelligent” bookkeeping services to small businesses, accountants and franchisors, and now has over 20 franchisees across the UK.

Its franchise package starts at £12,970 plus an initial £2,870 start-up fee which includes IT equipment and software, and it says its offering is a “serious consideration for those looking for a low cost, high profit margin service business, operated from a home office”.

Vasey commented:

“I had known about Rosemary Bookkeeping for around four years and I liked the friendly and personal approach of being given concise details of the business and I feel that I will be able to adapt my existing skills accordingly as a franchisee.

“I am looking forward to being able to work for myself but still have the business backing of a well-established franchise and to be part of a growing team.

“Initially, I want to operate the franchise personally so that I can get to know the full workings of the process then, hopefully, I will be able to expand the business utilising sub-contractors.”

For more information about Rosemary Bookkeeping’s franchise packages, click here.

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