Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive
It was a passion for cars that ultimately led Ted and Karen Gaffney to Autoglym. They were aware of the quality of the products and the demand for them, and so when they saw an advert for Leinster franchise for sale, they decided it was a business that interested them. 15 successful years later, Karen and Ted are looking to retire and put their franchise up for sale. Find out more about Karen and Ted’s journey to becoming franchisees and why this is a opportunity for a new franchisee to come onboard and expand the business further.
After working as a dog groomer for almost thirteen years, Jennifer Curtin was looking for a change of direction which still involved working with dogs. Her entrepreneurial nature has led to her changing the face of dog care in Ireland, with the first ever Irish Barking Mad franchise!
Sofia Colas runs Lingotot Ireland as well as her own franchise area in South Dublin. Born in Madrid to Spanish and German parents, she grew up in a trilingual household and has lived in Madrid, The Netherlands, Canada and London. It is not surprising that languages are a huge part of her life! After a long stint in the corporate world in London, followed by a career break to raise a family, she set up Lingotot South Dublin in 2018 and has found a fulfilling role for herself which works around family life. With three young children of her own, she’s passionate about the early language learning benefits for young children and making this as fun as possible in her classes.
As the leading kids and teens Self-Confidence and Life Skills coaching Franchise, CHAMPS Academy prides itself at giving Franchisees all the tools, and support they need to make the business succeed. Our Dublin based coaches are no exception and Ann and Jenn have seen their business go from strength to strength.
Dermot Kane joined TaxAssist Accountants in October 2010, opening his own accountancy practice in Dublin. Dermot had a background in accountancy and was the finance director for a plant and machinery company. After being made redundant, Dermot decided to look t being his own boss. Nervous about starting out on his own led Dermot to look at the security net of franchising.