Sally Butters, Director of Coconut Media, had the great honor of presenting two awards at this year’s ActionCOACH UK Business Awards Gala in London on Friday.
Coconut and two of its clients had cause for celebration today as they found out the results of the national Franchise Marketing Awards 2013. The FMAs recognise the industry’s most innovative and effective marketing campaigns. The awards are judged by an independent panel of experts, who reward organisations that have raised their public awareness and […]
At Coconut Creatives we found that many franchisors underestimate what is required to exhibit successfully and therefore struggle to generate high quality leads. Here are some tips to help you get a return on your investment.
Coconut Creatives’ client ActionCOACH is proud to announce that not one but three of their Action Coaches reported record monthly sales of over £50k each in the month of December 2012. Shweta Jhajharia, Peter Boolkah and Neale Lewis have worked hard and are excited to have achieved such a great result in the run up to 2013.
At Coconut Creatives we found that, social media can be a great tool to support your franchise recruitment and increase franchisee sales if you get it right. Here are a few tips on how you can make your social media campaign a success.
Make the world better with a sweater was this year’s Christmas motto at Coconut Creatives. The Christmas Jumper has been in style exile for many years so, this year, the Coconuts brought it back to raise money for Christmas Jumper Day, organised by Save the Children.
Coconut Creatives’ client,Mac Tools, celebrates the success of its franchisee John Booth. He has won this year’s Startups award in the Best Franchisee of the Year category.
Many franchisors find the task of planning the next steps in their franchise recruitment a daunting task but with just a few simple steps you can lay the groundwork for another successful year, says Sally Butters, Director of Media at Coconut Creatives.
Any franchise is only as strong as its franchisees; making recruitment an extremely significant process that you need to get right, says Sally Butters, Director of Media at Coconut Creatives. So, where does it all start? We say at the beginning – building the brand.
In any business, support and skills are crucial. Making the absolute most of your key skills and strengths as you start a business is reiterated again and again from Dragon’s Den presenters to Secret Millionaires alike. Stick to what you do best and get help with other vital business functions and you are much better primed for success.