Jules Milton, franchise owner working in Milton Keynes, very much sees Photography for Little People as a franchise business to combine her passion of working with newborns, children and families and being able to capture the wonderful moments of those first precious days in print and impressions.
"I currently work part time in the public health arena, with women and their babies. This is a rewarding job but also very emotionally draining. Having had a health scare a couple of years ago, I decided that I needed to do something that was less demanding and reduced my working hours. I then started to look to fill my time. I have always loved photography and had completed a couple of years at college using a manual SLR camera.
A colleague who I had trained to be a nurse with had begun her own business in child development, so I contacted her and she gave me information about franchises. This was when I started to look at franchises and found Photography for Little People which immediately interested me."
"The model for your business is in place and there is lots of advice and support available to help. Your main marketing page Facebook and the Photography for Little People webpage are managed by Photography for Little People franchise and once you are comfortable with Facebook it is then handed to you to manage and promote yourself locally. Business training continues with support from head Office and mentoring. Once this is complete, you have a mentor assigned to you who helps with business queries, have practical advice to help with marketing and also offer advice on managing clients, photoshoots and to review images and support with photography."
"I am very much looking forward to having more time to create more business opportunities and to have time to market. Just months into my business I am able to reduce my job to allow me to work more on my business."
"Do it! Its great fun! I’m not going to lie, its hard work and shoots initially were stressful, but that is all about learning your new role as a professional photographer! You won’t regret it!"
Anna Pilkington is only 21 years of age and has started her business with flying colours.
Photography for Little People have seen an increase in men joining the team to start their new career move.
Simona Boycheva is the youngest and most successful Photography for Little People franchisee and is is stepping up and supporting the franchise.
Simona Boycheva celebrates being apart of the Photography for Little People team for five years.
Simona Boycheva started her baby photography business in 2013 and is the youngest franchisee at Photography for Little People across the UK.
Greg Whittle runs his own Photography for Little People franchise in Bristol.
Gareth Coop has just had his first Photography For Little People shoot with a sale of £2,750!
New Photography for Little People franchisee, Poppy Jakes, has just completed her training in the North East.
After finishing her training Danielle Kealy started her Photography for Little People franchise in Watford.
Rose Williamson is looking forward to creating forever treasured memories with her Photography for Little People business.
Greg talks about his decision to join Photography for Little People and about the training that he has received.
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
I love my business its always fun and rewarding. I meet so many lovely families.Simona Boycheva – Essex and London East franchisee
I love the product and have built up my confidence as a franchise owner. I am proud to be part of the Photography for Little People family.Amarjit Ballaghan – Birmingham franchisee
We offer free photoshoot - view straight away and no obligation to our clients.
We offer an original range of lifestyle products.
We give 24 hour support to our franchisees.