Wagging Tails recently held their 2014 Annual Conference in the New Forest. In addition to providing franchisees with an overview of another successful year which saw the franchise network grow 71% year on year, Wagging Tails welcomed Charity partners Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and franchise marketing specialists Coconut Creatives to their 2014 Conference. Nicholas […]
Coconut in the Media
The NatWest EWIF Awards 2014 ceremony took place in Central London on Thursday 22nd May in front of over 100 guests from the world of franchising including sponsors Bartercard, Coconut Creatives, McDonald’s, Merry Maids and The Franchise Show. EWIF (Encouraging Women into Franchising) is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to encourage women to buy a […]
Coconut Creatives’ Director of Media, Sally Anne Butters, received her latest accolade as Woman Service Provider of the Year at the 2014 NatWest EWIF Awards yesterday. This is the fifth time the awards have been held and, interestingly, this award was won by Coconut’s founding director Sarah Carlile back in 2010. EWIF (Encouraging Women Into […]
Franchisor 2014 Essential Skills Programme We have seriously mixed it up for 2014 – this is a BRAND NEW format workshop series that won’t disappoint. As usual the new programme comes with our Coconut Satisfaction Guarantee. These are practical workshops where each delegate will learn the ‘how to’ for each skill below. Each day is […]
If you like the sound of this workshop programme, you’ll be pleased to know that for 2014 you can attend multiple workshops at a really small price. While you can still attend individual workshops, we’ve made it super cheap for you to do ALL of our 2014 workshops because we are so confident of the […]
Coconut Media has been shortlisted for an award at the 2013 CIPR Wessex and Channel Islands PRide, announced today.
Coconut Creatives is pleased to announce that Sally Butters, Director of Coconut Media, has been shortlisted at the 2013 Encouraging Women Into Franchising (EWIF) Awards.
Many franchisors jump in and allocate their franchise recruitment marketing budget without taking the time to really understand their ideal franchisee profile, causing long-term problems, says Sally Butters, Director of Coconut Media.
Videos are a not only a great tool to allow customers, franchisees and prospective franchisees to see the human side of your business, they also feature your messages in a digestible manner, says Sally Butters, Founding Director at Coconut Media.
When you’re looking to recruit franchisees, it’s important to make your business something prospects can relate to. A key way of doing this is by publishing case studies so that prospects can see what the people who have chosen your franchise have to say about their experiences.