These NatWest EWIF award winning brands are giving women the opportunity to reach their entrepreneurial potential
Last month, we highlighted five of the winning brands in the NatWest EWIF Awards, which celebrate women in franchising. These are businesses that are giving women opportunities to reach their entrepreneurial potential.
So in the second of a two-part series, EWIF says thank you to its second group of brand winners and tells you a little bit more about them.
Caremark provides homecare services to a continually ageing population.
Its franchisees join a successful network that’s supported by an efficient management system. Women can gain great long-term rewards and personal satisfaction from a Caremark franchise.
A dedicated team of solicitors specialising in offering legal advice, the Fraser Brown franchise team is made up of licensing, property and litigation experts.
They are able to offer advice when someone is considering franchising a business or, if looking to enter the franchising industry, guiding them through every stage of the process.
Little Voices aims to nurture the vocal and dramatic talents of children between 4-18 years old.
The company has a 100 per cent pass rate for every one of its children who takes the LAMDA exam. It’s a wonderful franchise opportunity for women who are involved in the arts and want to see the potential in all students.
Wilkins Chimney Sweep
Wilkins Chimney Sweep franchisees do more than just sweep chimneys - they also fit chimney cages, caps and cowls.
Franchisees can be owner-operators, aiming towards running a multi-van operation or management franchise. It’s the ideal opportunity for a hands-on businesswoman looking for a more physical approach to business.
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