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If you’ve spent years following orders, you might well have developed a dream to one day become your own boss. On the other hand, you’ll already realise that starting your own business post Service is tough. Franchising is a way to be your own boss but with useful support mechanisms that give you a better chance of success.
The Barrett & Coe Photography Franchise began in 1995 and was founded by Andrew Coe, whose family business opened in 1854, making it one of the oldest photography businesses in the world.
Franchising is a great way of getting a new business off the ground without some of the inherent risks of starting from scratch. It’s no wonder that it’s popular amongst Service-leavers who are still of working age and have a bit of money to invest.