The CEO of professional home care franchise Walfinch, Amrit Dhaliwal, was appointed as the chair of the British Franchise Association’s ‘Collaboration Station’ next event. The occasion is designed for existing and new franchisors to meet, discuss the current issues of modern times, and evaluate new franchise trends.
The community session took place on 7 March in Birmingham. It presented franchisors with the opportunity to meet other brands and collaborate on ways to meet new challenges. With the main theme of ‘Emerging Systems’, new franchisors had the chance to see how they can also expand their networks.
Walfinch CEO, Amrit Dhaliwal, expressed his gratitude at being chosen to host the BFA event:
“I know that establishing and growing a franchise network can be hard, and so hearing from others who are on the same journey is extremely valuable. The BFA’s Collaboration Station events are a fantastic opportunity to meet with like-minded professionals to discuss current challenges and receive actionable advice and support.”
The main agenda of the BFA was to brainstorm ideas for the years ahead, discuss how best to work with franchisees, and share the best practices. It benefits not only the franchisors but also those who manage businesses with their franchise brands as the label.
That means that existing and new Walfinch franchisees are in for an exciting ride in 2023 with fresh ideas straight off the bat from the BFA event. There will be new strategies for leads and expanding on existing clients in the UK. Moreover, discussions will be underway for improved home care services.
The time is right for anyone that wants to provide these professional services with new ideas underway. Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to start a Walfinch franchise business in a UK location near you!
Shaun M Jooste, Point Franchise ©