Ireland Franchise Case Studies Archive


Elma Kyle, Omagh, Cookstown & Enniskillen, Subway franchisee

From accountant to owner of 4 Subway franchises

I was working an accountant when I made the decision to become my own boss.  I was initially attracted to the SUBWAY® chain due to their fantastic brand image – I loved it so much that decided to focus on this franchise opportunity above all others. 



Mark Casey and Tony Monaghan, East Cork & Laois-Offaly, Eddie Rockets franchisee

Two new offices for Computer Troubleshooters franchise Ireland

Computer Troubleshooters Ireland is announcing opening of two new offices in East Cork and in Laois-Offaly under the owner management of Mark Casey and Tony Monaghan respectively.  Mark will support business and residential customers in East Cork and adjacent areas from his base in Knockraha. Tony will support business and residential customers in Laois and Offaly and adjacent areas from his base in Tullamore.



Adam Butcher, Galway,

New LighterLife Franchise Opens in Ireland

I lost weight with LighterLife in 2005. The effect on my life was amazing and I invested in a LighterLife franchise as I have such a belief in the programme that I wanted to share it with others.



Martin Clarke, Dublin,

The Jan-Pro franchise provided a blue print for success

Jan-Pro provides you with the highest quality, most up- to-date, professional cleaning service at the best possible price. Too many business premises are subject to sub-standard and erratic cleaning and we believe this is unacceptable. Your business works hard so why should it suffer because your contract cleaner doesn’t? In this interview we speak to Martin Clarke, a Jan-Pro franchise based in Dublin, about how he got started in the franchise industry and what attracted him to the Jan-Pro business model.



Sliderobes, Portlaoise & Limerick, Sunbelt Business Brokers franchisee

Part of the family with a Sliderobes franchise

Denis opened his first franchise in 2000 in the Republic of Ireland. He chose Sliderobes franchise as felt like he was joining a “family” of businesses, who would help give him the confidence in what he was doing.



Treasa Guerin, Co. Kerry,

A better quality of life with Kids Party Club

I had never really thought about starting my own business until I came across a Kids Party Club article in the paper. The piece was about a lady who was in a simular situation to me in that her kids were now going to school and she was looking for something that would give her a better home/work life.