Ireland Franchise News Archive


UK’s leading mobile valeting franchise to expand into Ireland

Autovaletdirect franchise

One of the UK's most established and trusted mobile car valeting franchises, Autovaletdirect, is set to bring their franchise operation to Ireland. Independently owned with a proven track record spanning over thirty years and a reputation for service excellence, Autovaletdirect has established a well-respected, successful brand in a lucrative premium service marketplace in the UK.



Card Connection Franchisee Named as Finalist for Irish Franchise Association Award

Card Connection franchise

Leading greeting card publisher and franchisor, Card Connection, has announced Joseph Sweeney, franchisee for Ireland West and Midlands, has been named as a finalist for the Irish Franchise Association (IFA), Franchisee of the Year Award in the Service category.



Top business brokerage franchise goes against industry standard - no upfront fees

Transworld Business Advisors franchise

You don't have to look very far to find lots of profound quotes from some of the most influential people in history on the power of being different. In fact, Apple’s ‘Think Differently’ campaign went on to be one of the most famous and successful campaigns in recent times. But why does being different resonate so deeply with so many of us? In the wake of Brexit and even the highly controversial appointment of Donald Trump as US President Elect, love him or hate him, you can’t deny he was disruptive and different. And that’s exactly what Transworld Business Advisors are doing in the UK and Ireland.



Transworld hits best position yet in the Franchise 500

Transworld Business Advisors franchise

Transworld Business Advisors entered Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500® Listing in 2011 at 419th place and has improved its position year-on-year hitting position 185 in the latest Franchise 500 to be released.



The Franchise Show Ireland

Working closely with the Irish Franchise Association we are bringing our famous Franchise Show to Ireland for the first time this September. The show will be hosted at The RDS in Dublin on the 9th and 10th of September.



Ireland is a high-cost location in which to do business and those costs are still rising

Auditel franchise

The Council’s latest survey, Cost of Doing Business in Ireland 2016, reports that ‘Ireland remains a relatively high cost location and addressing cost competitiveness must remain a key priority… a series of upward cost pressures have emerged … There is a role for both the public and private sectors alike to manage proactively their cost base and drive efficiency’.