Inleaf has expanded by introducing a new franchise onto its network.
Carl Roebuck is the newest entrepreneur to sign a territory agreement with interior decorating franchise Inleaf. The savvy investor will take control of the business’ branch in the North East of England, bringing its innovative services to a new audience.
Inleaf creates designer plant displays for commercial venues such as offices, hotels, restaurants and showrooms. As wellbeing becomes a more widely discussed topic across the business sectors, more and more businesses are choosing to install plant displays in their premises. These not only look good, but also improve air quality and reduce stress too.
Inleaf’s Managing Director, Daniel Atherton, recognised Roebuck’s potential from the start. He said:
“When we met Carl his passion for living plants was clear. It’s great to have another franchisee who brings fantastic commercial skills and management experience with a strong enthusiasm for plants, and the benefits they bring to business. We’re looking forward to working to help build his franchise business over the coming years.”
The business’ Franchise Manager John Brooks explained he’s looking to the future:
“Carl is the second fantastic franchisee to join the Inleaf network in a few short months. We plan to continue this growth by recruiting four more franchisees before the end of 2020.”
The new franchisee has put a plan in place to develop a six-figure business within two years, reaching customers as far afield as Newcastle, Sunderland, Teesside, Durham and other territories in the North East of England. Praising the guidance he’s already received from Inleaf, he said:
“It’s really exciting to join Inleaf and I’m looking forward to growing my business with their help. The training, support and resources have already been invaluable in getting my business up and running.”
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©