Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive


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Simon Jordan, Dublin,

Doing what he cares about with Clive's Easylearn Pop & Rock Schools

Simon Jordan launched Clive’s Easylearn Pop & Rock Schools in Dublin as he wanted to earn a living doing something he really cared about.

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Noeleen Cronin, Cork,

Home Instead Managing Director of Cork

Home Instead Senior Care Managing Director pursued franchising as a business option and hasn't looked back since.

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Suzanne Carroll, Swords,

Setting up of Tone at Home franchise a success

Suzanne Carroll, franchisor of Tone at Home, felt that franchising was the best way to get their brand around the country quickly and create a nationwide service.

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Patrick & Claire Hughes, Newtownabbey, Funky Monkeys franchisee

Funky Monkeys franchise swings into Newtownabbey

Patrick and Claire Hughes recently launched Funky Monkey franchise in Newtownabbey and already look forward to a second center.

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Amanda Bohan, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare,

Passion for helping others leads to Home Instead franchise

I was actually exploring career opportunities that would enable me to work with seniors, perhaps as a caregiver, when I came across Home Instead Senior Care. 

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Malachy Bollard, Dublin North,

Controlling our destiny with Aussie Pet Mobile franchise

Coming from a horticultural background, the natural progression was to work in the family horticultural business. As our business was not strong enough to support us all, I joined a Computer Manufacturing company. 30 years on and I have a franchise business. Through all my years working for others I felt under achieved, now I can control my own destiny.  

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