A growing trend in business

The area of franchising is thriving, with individuals keen to develop as business people within the supportive franchising community, writes Margaret O’Brien

14th May, 2017
David Killeen, chairman of the Irish Franchise Association

The continuous decrease in the numbers of unemployed alongside an improvement in consumer confidence and levels of disposable income has led to the reinvigoration of the franchising sector.

David Killeen of franchise advisory company Killeen Associates and chairman of the Irish Franchise Association said: “People seeking to start a business are looking to franchising as a way to establish their own business, allowing them to be in business for themselves but not by themselves.”...

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