Franchising is booming, with the British Franchise Association (bfa) predicting that the Scottish franchise sector will be worth £1billion by 2021. Find out how you could be part of this lucrative industry at Franchise Opportunities Scotland, where you can meet franchise brands actively looking to expand in Scotland and start your journey to becoming your own boss.
Find out how you could be part of the lucrative world of franchising with unique networking opportunities. Our exclusive partnership with the British Franchise Association (bfa) ensures that all exhibiting brands have been through an accreditation process and demonstrated that they operate a genuine business format franchise.
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Fitness Franchises, Health & Beauty, Premier Franchises
£250,001 - £500,000, £500,001 - £1,000,000
Are you ready to be part of the UK’s largest fitness franchise? Be part of a global brand and take advantage of the booming fitness...Read more
Ashtons is a talented team of knowledgeable franchise specialists, with decades of experience in assisting hundreds of businesses to expand and grow...Read more
The world's largest freshly baked Pretzel retailer - hand making and selling sweet & savoury Pretzels, and ice cold drinks from prime high...Read more
Care Franchises, Health & Beauty, Management Franchises
£20,001 - £50,000
Bluebird Care is the fastest growing care franchise in the UK. Starting out as a family owned business in 2004, today, we are proud to be one of the...Read more
The British Franchise Association (bfa) was established in 1977 and is the only voluntary self-accrediting body for the UK franchise sector. Its aim...Read more
Care Franchises, Management Franchises, Women In Franchising
£50,001 - £100,000, £100,001 - £250,000
The No.1 franchise, Home Instead specialises in homecare and companionship for older people helping them to continue living in the comfort and...Read more
HSBC is committed to franchising. It has had a dedicated franchise team for more 30 years, resulting in extensive knowledge of the franchise...Read more
Food & Drink Franchises, Management Franchises, Premier Franchises
£100,001 - £250,000, £250,001 - £500,000
Be part of a forward-thinking and modern brand Although it is an appealing investment, a McDonald’s franchise can’t be taken lightly. The brand is...Read more
Novuna Business Finance are an award-winning team of finance professional with over 40 years of industry experience. Our expertise is based on...Read more
Established for more than 30 years and with almost 420 stores nationwide, Vodafone are one of the UK’s biggest and most recognised brand.Read more
Thursday 12 September 2019 | 11:30 - 16:30
Radisson Blu Hotel
301 Argyle St
Glasgow G2 8DL
The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is located a few steps away from Glasgow Central Railway Station, so if you’re arriving by train, getting to the hotel is simple.
A short walk connects you with the city’s bus network. Buchanan Bus Station and Glasgow Queen Street rail station are a less than a 10-minute walk away.
Glasgow Airport is 13.4 kilometres from the hotel (about 20 minutes by taxi). When arriving, the airport bus is a quick and affordable option to reach us. Leave the bus at Central Station and take a short walk down Hope Street to find the hotel.
The M8 and M74 motorways are both just 2 minutes from the hotel.
Car parking is available nearby at NCP Oswald Street.
From the East, South and North
Exit the M8 at Junction 19 - SECC. At the traffic lights, carry straight on and turn left at the next set of lights onto the Broomielaw. Continue along the Broomielaw through three sets of traffic lights and turn left at the fourth set of lights onto Oswald Street. At the crossroads, turn left onto Argyle Street. The Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is on your left-hand side.
From the West
Exit the M8 at Junction 18 - City Centre. Continue along Bothwell Street at the traffic lights. At the next set of lights turn right onto Wellington Street. Continue down Wellington Street straight through the next two sets of lights onto Robertson Street (the side of the hotel). Arriving at the next set of lights, turn left onto Broomielaw and then left again at the next lights onto Oswald Street. You will see the hotel on your left. Turn left at the lights onto Argyle Street to arrive at the front of the hotel.