Drain Doctor helps female franchisee fly solo

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Drain Doctor has welcomed its first ever solo, female franchisee to the network of franchise partners.

While the drainage industry isnít one typically entered by women, one pioneering woman from Edinburgh has decided to break the norms and start her own Drain Doctor franchise.

Rachael Parry will now be running Drain Doctorís operations across the Edinburgh area. Having previously spent nearly 15 years working in financial services, Rachael craved a change in her career. However, she didnít want to start a new company from scratch, so she looked into the world of franchising.

ďThe devil on my shoulder wanted to take on a traditionally male-dominated industry and to achieve success through doing things differently. I believe that my ethos and ways of working, combined with the Drain Doctor culture of delivering an exceptional level of service will be a winning combination. I am really looking forward to getting stuck in and to be a key player in my city.Ē

Pierre Jeannes, Managing Director of Drain Doctor, welcomed Rachael to the network.

ďIím proud and delighted to welcome Rachael into our close network of Drain Doctor franchisees as the first solo, female franchise owner. With her proven experience managing teams in large blue-chip organisations, coupled with her passion for the industry and her enthusiasm to make the business work, Rachael exemplifies the kind of franchise owner we look for across our industry and shows other women the fantastic opportunities that exist in our growing network.Ē

Along with her drainage technician Kieran, Rachael has already started operating in the West Lothian and Edinburgh area. Itís hoped that she will inspire other women to enter the traditionally male-dominated industry and start building their businesses across the country.

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