ComputerXplorers, Recognition Express and Techclean have been included in Elite Franchise Magazine’s Top 100 annual league table for the fourth year running.
They sat alongside print and design franchise Kall Kwik, making The Bardon Group the only multiple franchisor to see all its brands ranked in the list for four consecutive years.
The group’s chairman, Nigel Toplis, said,
“I am absolutely delighted that each of our brands has been elected to the Elite 100 every year since their inception.
“It is testament to the superb team at head office, the quality of our franchisees and centre owners, our relationship with suppliers and the robustness of our business systems that the businesses go from strength to strength.”
Ranking in the Elite Franchise 100 table is just one of the ways the businesses have proven their credentials as productive and ethical franchises. Recognition Express, for example, has previously won the BFA Franchise of the Year award. It’s also been accredited by the British Promotional Merchandise Association and the British Association for Print and Communication. Meanwhile, Techclean is UKAS accredited and an official SafeContractor.
Every brand in The Bardon Group’s portfolio has at least a decade of industry experience under its belt. Recognition Express and Kall Kwik are the oldest of the franchises, having been up and running since 1979, and Techclean was launched in 1983. IT franchise ComputerXplorers is the newest business, established in the UK in 2006.
Recognition Express, in particular, has benefitted from several press releases in recent weeks. It’s hit the headlines for its national school competition in collaboration with road safety charity BRAKE, and helped the Salvation Army create face masks to raise awareness of modern slavery.
If you’re interested in starting a business with ComputerXplorers, Recognition Express or Techclean, you can find out more about the joining process on their profile pages, here at Point Franchise.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©