Photography for Little People Franchise

Photography for Little People Introduce Rose Williamson

1st September 2016

Rose Williamson is looking forward to creating forever treasured memories with her Photography for Little People business.

CASE STUDY FOR ROSE WILLIAMSON:

Photopgraphy for Little People - Rose WilliamsonWell, my husband introduced me to photography, and when we had children he was always the photographer. He began teaching me about SLR film photography.

I got interested and got a job for a few hours during school time at Boots working for Kodak developing printing and packing photos mainly in their York city centre photo lab. I started management training at the then new store at Monks Cross in York. At the same time I looked into working as a photographer visiting Boots regularly.

My second job application was acknowledged and to my surprise I was accepted. I took to it really well and enjoyed a successful 10 years working for them. There were a few changes over the years from analogue to hybrid to digital.

I then had a change and went into care and support work meeting so many lovely people. During that time I realised I really missed the family portrait photography, and liked the idea of working for myself.

I saw the opportunity with Photography For Little People and am looking forward to the future enjoying my business and creating forever treasured memories.

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Photography for Little People Franchise

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Franchise Information

BFA Membership Status
UK Years Established
8 years
Current UK Coverage
40%
Franchisee Support Staff
5
Personal Investment Req.
£15,000
Total Startup Cost
£15,000
Home-based business location Home-based business location
Business to consumer services Business to consumer services
Franchisee operates individually Franchisee operates individually

Why Choose Us?

We offer "an original range of lifestyle products"

What Our Franchisees Say

I was looking for a franchise that offered freedom, creativity but also a sense of belonging and involvement which meant you weren’t totally left on your own. Photography for Little People offered all this.

Rachel Edgson – Bromley franchisee

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