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The franchise is in a prime location at stand E190, which is centrally located and near the British Franchise Association stand.
It is an opportunity for interested people to find out more about how Minster Cleaning franchise operates and the benefits they can expect. There are resale and new franchise opportunities throughout the UK. Four new territories are also available in London, so the show location provides the perfect place to find out more, especially if potential franchisees are based locally.
Over the two days, Mike Parker, managing director, Paul Stairmand, senior marketing manager and Fiona Davies, franchise marketing manager will be available to explain the opportunities in more detail and answer any questions.
Four franchisees from different branches throughout the UK will also be available at the stand, so people have the opportunity to hear first-hand what it’s like to run a franchise. They will also explain more about the training and support offered by Minster.
- Jenny, the Dorset franchise partner will be present on Friday and Saturday afternoon
- Damon, the Bristol franchise partner will be available on Saturday
- Richard from Berkshire franchise will be available on Friday
- Simon, the Gloucester franchise partner and will be available on Friday morning
If you’re interested in finding out more and to guarantee a meeting with the Minster Cleaning team, make an appointment in advance by contacting Fiona Davies on 07502 054782 or emailing [email protected]
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