Photography for Little People offers you the chance to operate a flexible home-based franchise
With more photographers turning their passion into a career, Photography for Little People finds its network of franchisees expanding every year.
With low start-up costs, overheads and the opportunity to work from home, it’s a very attractive opportunity.
Co-founders Jan and Melanie say: “There has never been a better time to join our network of photographers.
You’ll receive full training in camera and studio skills, sales presentation and order closing.
“We will provide you with the right photographic equipment and make sure you will be fully prepared, confident and organised to run your own business.”
What makes a Photography for Little People franchise unique is that photographic images and 2D baby hand and feet casts can be combined to create a stunning piece of work for customers’ homes. And this is just one of the product ranges franchisees have in their portfolio.
You don’t have to be a great photographer or have any experience to become a franchisee. What you do need is desire, creativity and enjoy working with children of all ages. In addition, a sales or business background will help.
Franchisees come from a variety of backgrounds, but all want to have a great worklife balance that works around their families.
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