UK bookkeeping franchise welcomes chartered accountant to its chain

Rosemary Bookkeeping seeks to extend franchise network across UK

Professional bookkeeping service, Rosemary Bookkeeping, has announced the latest addition to its franchise network, chartered accountant Caroline O’Brien.

O’Brien, who has worked for over 30 years as an accountant in several countries, has joined the brand’s Coventry territory and plans to build on her existing skills and experience.

She decided to become a franchisee after being introduced to the chain at the NEC Franchise Exhibition last year and later visiting its Watford HQ where she learnt more about its training and marketing campaigns.

Her addition marks the next stage of growth for the accountancy service with many other franchise opportunities available in the Midlands, North and the South East of England.

Established in 2002 by a team of businesswomen with over 60 years of accountancy experience between them, Rosemary Bookkeeping offers an affordable and ‘friendly’ bookkeeping service that claims to save its clients time and money.

Its franchise package offers a range of training in bookkeeping, operations, sales and marketing and it says franchisees can benefit from an average of 50% net profit margins.

Discussing her decision to join the chain, O’Brien said:   “What excited me about the franchise was the opportunity to learn and gain experience in things I have not done before such as marketing and how to win clients.

“I’m now the decision maker in my business and I’m looking forward to enjoying the flexible working hours.”

To enquire about becoming a franchisee for Rosemary Bookkeeping, click here.

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