Faye McDonough tells us about running her Bright & Beautiful business in Altrincham & Hale and being a mum!
Buying my own Franchise of Bright & Beautiful enabled me to carry on being in business with the added bonus of still being a good mum! I wanted a career that gave me both the buzz of working and not letting my family commitments suffer & owning a Bright & Beautiful Franchise gave me that freedom.
I worked for Bright & Beautiful UK Ltd as their manager for a few years before buying the franchise. This gave me the opportunity of experiencing the ups and downs and the fast growth of the business. I certainly didn’t hesitate to run my own area when I had the chance.
My quality of life is excellent; I can run my own business with lots of dedication but a certain amount of ease – I would recommend this line of work to any Mum wanting to get back in to work. The income is enough to support my family and we are growing fast due to popular demand and word of mouth from lots of happy clients!
I genuinely believe in our brand and business model which makes my job easier and I think that comes through to the potential clients I meet. This means I can happily & confidently guarantee great service that is reliable, secure & thorough.
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