Inleaf branches out to Bristol

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Inleaf Improving Indoor Spaces with Plants

Target six-figure year-two sales providing premium interior plant displays to businesses and high-end residential clients with an Inleaf franchise. With our support you'll help your clients make their spaces healthier, more attractive and productive with maintained plants.

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Inleaf has welcomed a new franchisee who will operate across the major cities of the South West.

Having greenery in the office has been proven to have a positive effect on the mental wellbeing and health of employees, with benefits including better quality of air and a happier workplace generally. And it seems this trend of ‘biophilic design’, where nature and plants are used in interior design and architecture, is a growing one.

Inleaf is helping to bring this trend to offices and buildings across the UK, with its list of clients including offices, hotels, restaurants and wealthy celebrities looking to decorate their homes.

Faneau van Niekerk, who is based in the south west, will be bringing the interior decorating franchise to the Bristol, Bath and South Wales, after spending many months searching for the perfect franchise opportunity.

“I had been looking for the right franchise for around 18 months without success. Inleaf is a great franchise in a great market, and the team there built trust from day one. [Its] tools, information and training are excellent and have already given me a head-start in my new business.”

Commenting on Faneau’s recruitment, MD of Inleaf franchising, Daniel Atherton, said:

“It’s great to have Faneau join us in the Inleaf network. He excelled in our initial training and is already working on several new client enquiries. We have invested a significant amount of time and money to make Inleaf into a world-leading franchise, including investing £50,000 into our bespoke sales and operational software and systems. It’s great to see this recognised by high calibre franchisees like Faneau.”

Franchise manager, John Brooks, added:

“Faneau’s experience in running previous successful businesses meant he instantly recognised the value in the Inleaf model and franchise. We’re looking forward to working with him and others as the network grows.”

Faneau is looking to get his business off to a strong start, targeting revenue over £300,000 across his region over the next five years.

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