Sunday, 22 October 2017

Franchise firms chief

A WOMAN from Henley has been made chief executive of the British Franchise Association.

A WOMAN from Henley has been made chief executive of the British Franchise Association.

Pip Wilkins, 36, of Deanfield Road, has worked in the franchise sector for nearly 17 years and has been the association’s head of operations since 2013.

Mrs Wilkins, who will begin her new role on April 6, said: “I am delighted to have been appointed. There is no better time to be involved in franchising thanks to its strong recent growth with the industry’s turnover up 11 per cent in the last two years and now exceeding £15billion.

“I’m excited to have the opportunity to lead the association forward, building on its previous success and bringing a new vision and new ideas to increase the association’s stature and influence.”





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