Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive
Nicola Cosgrove, Dublin South, ComputerXplorers franchisee
Nicola Cosgrave launched her ComputerXplorers franchise in Dublin South and enjoys the benefits of being in business for herself but not by herself.
Simon Jordan, Dublin,
Simon Jordan launched Clive’s Easylearn Pop & Rock Schools in Dublin as he wanted to earn a living doing something he really cared about.
Noeleen Cronin, Cork,
Home Instead Senior Care Managing Director pursued franchising as a business option and hasn't looked back since.
Suzanne Carroll, Swords,
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.
Patrick & Claire Hughes, Newtownabbey, Funky Monkeys franchisee
Patrick and Claire Hughes recently launched Funky Monkey franchise in Newtownabbey and already look forward to a second center.
Amanda Bohan, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare,
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.