Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive
Helen Burns, Tralee, Co. Kerry,
I always wanted to own my own business but had no idea what type of business! The benefits of the franchise were obvious to me. The training and support detailed below were the main reason for me for buying a franchise. Why reinvent the wheel. They’ve already tried, tested and succeeded with their model.
Jon Flynn, East Cork,
The Munster Tool Company's first franchisee, Jon Flynn came on board in October 2004. Coming from a retail background, one of the first things Jon appreciated about the Munster Tool Co franchise experience was that he went from working 7 day weeks to 5 day weeks, creating much more of a work-life balance for him.
Louise Devenney, Letterkenny, the streat franchisee
the streat following quickly on the success of the recently opened streat café in Cork, Ireland’s newest and fastest-growing café franchise has just opened its 24th outlet in Letterkenny, located in the heart of the new Letterkenny Forte Centre, right next to Dunnes, Homebase and Heatons, and happily, after just 4 weeks, the outlet is already achieving sales beyond expectations.
David Murtagh, Dublin, Eddie Rockets franchisee
Michael Cussen & Eileen Buckley, County Dublin, Acme Blinds franchisee
The Wine Buff recently opened their latest wine boutique in Sandycove, Co Dublin. Michael Cussen and Eileen Buckley are the franchisees and embark on their first business venture specialising in exceptional quality/priced wines sourced directly from artisan vineyards throughout Europe.
Throughout my career I have always been passionate about excellence and best practice, and had been constantly pushing the people I worked with and the businesses I worked into excel in one way or another. So when I came across ACTION International it seemed like a natural fit.