Tina Bingham chose Trophy Pet Foods because of their healthy range of products and ethical standing.
Sharon from Woodchurch, Wirral has been running her Trophy Wirral franchise for almost three years.
Marion Clemens says that when she found Trophy it ticked all the boxes.
Dave and Maureen Hume are from Barnard Castle in the North East.
Matt and Jen joined Trophy Pet Foods in 2012 and their business has gone from strength to strength!
John & Karen Purnell tell us about running their Trophy Pet Foods business in Wiltshire.
Job satisfaction is key and we have found it with Trophy.L Weir
Trophy Pet Foods stood out as our number one option. We were very impressed with the pedigree within Trophy and their past and current performance. Whilst it was clear that the franchisors' business was being run as a serious concern, it was also as clear that ethos of the owners created an environment for new businesses to achieve their own goals. Now 8 months in, we have a business consistently generating a clear operating profit. Hard work is a message new franchisees will continuously hear from head office. We very early made the decision to make Trophy our main source of family income, so hard work, perseverance, determination, were needed in bucket fulls, along with a truly supportive family. The last key ingredient is adherence to Trophy's 'system'. This can be summed up as 25 years of refined best practice that you can rely on to help you achieve your results. Follow the system, it works...Matt Snell – Trophy Swindon and North Wiltshire
The best thing I have every done – should have done it years ago!John Thurley
Individual support and back up, with Trophy you are not a number
British Pet Foods, supporting British agriculture and farmers
Low cost entry, big rewards, great job satisfaction