Meet a few of our franchisees 

Meet a few of our franchisees 

Oliver Brock: proving the Spoton.net business model 
 
Oliver has been more successful than we could ever have predicted. In his second month of trading, he tripled his online franchise's first month's sales. In just over 18 months he’d sold over 100 it’seeze websites – and he sold 300 within five years of trading. 
Ann Naylor: from freelancer to franchisee 
 
Prior to starting her Spoton.net web franchise, Ann was a freelance digital marketing consultant. Whilst she enjoyed the flexibility that came with being self-employed, she missed the security and stability associated with being part of an established organisation. 
Sarah & Clive Thompson: A success from the start 
 
Sarah Thompson and her husband Clive joined the Spoton.net website and digital marketing franchise at the end of 2016. In their first few months as franchisees, they have already experienced great success, with Sarah discovering her talent for winning new business along the way! 
Garry Stewart: finding a better work-life balance 
 
When Garry started a family, he needed more flexibility than his job in marketing allowed. By taking on a Spoton.net website franchise, he can fit his work in around family life. 
Suzy Perry: balancing motherhood and a successful career 
 
Suzy’s teaching career was keeping her away from her children. She knew she wanted to spend more time with them, but also needed a regular income – as well as a daily dose of adult interaction. Joining a website design franchise was the ideal solution. 
Phil Revill: success in the making 
Phil was tired of working long hours and travelling long distances for his job. At first however, he was reluctant to consider a digital marketing franchise career.  
Steve Axtell: an unlikely franchisee 
 
Before joining Spoton.net, Steve Axtell was a self-confessed technophobe. So a website and internet marketing franchise wasn’t an obvious career choice. Nevertheless, almost five years on, he’s proved to be a perfect fit for Spoton.net. 
Graham Nicklin: from MD to franchisee 
 
Before joining Spoton.net, Graham was the managing director of a web-based company, but he wanted the freedom of being self-employed. He was drawn to Spoton.net by the appeal of unlimited residual earnings. 
Brian Cox: picking a web franchise over self-employment 
 
In 2010, Brian started his own business selling products online, but found most of his time was taken up with the technical aspects of the business rather than turning his sales and people skills into revenue. 
Simon Wilkins: partners in life, partners in business 
 
Whilst the thought of working with your partner might not appeal to some, for others it can be a winning formula - as Simon and Jeanne Wilkins have proved. 
Ian Burnett: rapid progression in just a few months 
 
Ian Burnett only joined the Spoton.net website design franchise in February 2016 and he has already progressed significantly - winning six new clients in only his second full month. 
Mark Burton: making a business dream a reality 
 
From an early age, Mark knew he wanted to own his own business. Despite studying business studies at college and university, he ended up working for a large blue chip company but his heart was never really in it - he wanted to be his own boss. 
John Cooper: From corporate web design to a web design franchise 
 
John wanted to continue working within the web design industry but he also wanted to be his own boss - which made Spoton.net the perfect fit for him. He liked the brand image, the protected franchise territories, and the idea of having a professional team behind him, but the most important factor for John was the product itself. 
Rob Davies: finding the right online business franchise 
 
Rob Davies was already operating another franchise when he began looking for a new business opportunity. “I considered becoming self-employed again but I didn’t have a unique idea and I was very cautious that most new businesses fail within their first couple of years.” 
 
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