Greg talks about his decision to join Photography for Little People and about the training that he has received:
After searching for a franchise within the photography industry I came across Photography For Little People. The first thing that caught my eye was the fun and friendly logo and also the quality of the many products that are available.
After reading through the information pack I contacted Jan who came to Bristol to give a presentation about PLP and a demonstration of some of the available frames and canvases. After this meeting I was sold on the idea. A short time later I had signed up and was booked in for my training course with Melanie.
The training was very relaxed and informative which gave me a chance to meet some great people and to use my new equipment that comes included in the franchise fee.
Having been an amateur photographer for many years I am very impressed with the quality and choice of this equipment and have found it very easy to setup and use.
Within the first few days of training I was able to take some amazing images that I have been able to use for my frame samples that also come as part of the franchise. The photo shoots themselves were lots of fun.
It was a real pleasure to spend time with all of the families and to be able to make them happy with the photographs I took of their little ones that they will be able to cherish for ever. I am very happy with the choice I have made and have been left wondering why I hadn't done it sooner.
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.
Photography for Little People has made it’s way to Preston with their latest franchise team member, Anna Pilkington.
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.
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 give 24 hour support to our franchisees.
We offer free photoshoot - view straight away and no obligation to our clients.
We offer an original range of lifestyle products.