Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive
Brendan O’Callaghan, North East, Fastway Couriers franchisee
Having worked as a painter/decorator for many years, Brendan, your local Fastway Courier Franchisee for the Cootehill, Bailieborough and Virginia areas, felt the need for more security and control over his income.
Martin Connolly, Cork, Fastway Couriers franchisee
Having worked in the communications industry for over 20 years, Martin, your local Fastway Courier Franchisee for the south Cork city area, felt the need for more control over his future.
rese Cronin, Cork and Kerry, ComputerXplorers franchisee
In the US I worked at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. When I moved back to Ireland I recognised a technology gap for children and my background seemed to be a good fit to promote improving the standards and starting a business.
Nicola Cosgrave, Dublin South, ComputerXplorers franchisee
I left full time employment to spend more time with my son. Taking on a part-time role in a local primary school as the computer room assistant, enlightened me as to how intuitive kids are on computers and most of the time they’re having such fun they don’t realise they are learning!
Carl Cautley, Dublin,
I chose Fitness Together as I wanted a business that I believed in and had a passion for. It also allowed me to buy into a proven business format.
Stuart Dixon & Trevor Finlay, Londonderry,
Existing CeX franchise owners Stuart Dixon and Trevor Finlay reveal why they decided to invest in the brand.
Stuart Dixon is the youngest franchise owner in Northern Ireland. He launched his Londonderry-based store in December 2008.