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Photography for Little People Case Study
Laura is the latest Photography for Little People franchisee and will be capturing family and baby moments through baby photography across Liverpool, Wirral and Cheshire.
Franchise Information
  • BFA Membership Status-
  • UK Years Established9 years
  • Current UK Coverage40%
  • Franchisee Support Staff5
  • Personal Investment Req.£15,000
  • Total Startup Cost£15,000
  • Home-based business locationYes
  • Business to consumer servicesYes
  • Franchisee operates individuallyYes
Next Steps

Business Structure & Risk Free Opportunities for Latest Franchisee

As a mum of two, the latest Photography for Little People team member knows how precious the journey from birth onwards is. Laura will be capturing family and baby moments through baby photography across Liverpool, Wirral and Cheshire.

Laura has always loved a camera in her hands for as long as she can remember and appreciates the magic a photograph can capture.

Photography for Little People | Laura

As Laura’s baby photography business starts in Liverpool we caught up with her to ask a few questions about the franchise and her new business opportunities…

What drew you to the Photography for Little People franchise?

I’m a fairly risk averse person and so had always thought setting up my own photography business would involve too many risks and so saw too many barriers that prevented me from forging ahead.  I’m also someone who likes structure and I saw this in Photography for Little People.  The risks are fairly low; there is a structured (and proven) business model to follow and I’m not alone; there is a community of photographers who want you to do well; who you are not in competition with and who will gladly give you hints and tips to succeed and grow your business.

What is it like owning your own business but with experienced support?

It is busy and exciting!  Having the experienced support is something I value and it was a key element in my decision making when deciding on a franchisor.  The ongoing support from my mentor, is what helps to keep me motivated and to identify new ways to approach potential alliances more effectively than if I was doing this alone.

What does it mean to you having the perfect work/life balance?

Due to it being very early days in business and having to make my existence known I’ve not yet got the perfect work/life balance as I’m working double the time I have been previously! This is due to me still working 3 days in my day job, doing this in the evening (when that’s possible) and for the remainder of the week.  However, I don’t feel like this is a chore.  I want to do it.  I want to be build my business and become a successful photographer with a great reputation.

What was the training like with the Photography for Little People team?

The training was brilliant.  I thoroughly enjoyed a week of purely practical training that involved all the aspects required to the job – baby safety; posing (babies and parents); natural light; artificial light, camera settings; setting up equipment and creating hand and feet impressions.  Even though it was full a weekI never felt anyundue pressure and felt fully supported.

Whats next for Laura and your baby photography business?

It’s really early days in my business so, for me it is to continue to raise my profile, build alliances and a reputation that people trust and where I’ll become a family’s photographer.

Find out how you can start your own Photography for Little People franchise by clicking below

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What Our Franchisees Say

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


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


Why Choose Us

We offer an original range of lifestyle products.

We give 24 hour support to our franchisees.

We offer free photoshoot - view straight away and no obligation to our clients.

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