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Platinum Property Partners

Platinum Property Partners is a franchise that offers a direct route to financial freedom through property investment.

Combining the security of property and the certainty of franchising, Platinum’s 380+ Franchise Partners generate, on average, between £50,000 and £150,000 in annual income from their property businesses – giving them that financial freedom but also giving them back their time, too.

The best way to find out more about how Platinum works is to attend our Discovery Webinar series. You’ll be able to look at real Franchise Partner returns and get to know the people who support our Franchise Partners on their own journeys before deciding if partnering with us is right for you. Watch the first one on-demand here: 

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Investment Amount:
£250,001 - £500,000
Industry Sector(s):
Home Based Franchises, Premier Franchises, Property & Estate Agency, Specialised, Women In Franchising

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Platinum Property Partners
Earn £50,000 to £150,000 per year from property investment 

Platinum Property Partners is a franchise that offers a direct route to financial freedom through property investment.

Combining the security of property and the certainty of franchising, Platinum’s 380+ Franchise Partners generate, on average, between £50,000 and £150,000 in annual income from their property businesses – giving them that financial freedom but also giving them back their time, too.

How does the Platinum franchise work?

Using a tried and tested property investment business model honed over more than a decade, Platinum Franchise Partners invest in highly profitable Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs), supported, mentored and coached by the franchisor’s team of property and business experts.

What are HMOs?

Platinum’s Franchise Partners create high-quality HMOs, which are shared living properties for professionals and key workers.

Guided and supported by their mentors and Platinum’s team of experts, Franchise Partners are able to buy the right properties in the right areas, before cost-effectively renovating them and turning them into multiple-bedroom homes which are let out on a room-by-room basis.

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What kind of returns could I generate?

On average, Platinum Franchise Partners earn between £50,000 and £150,000 per year from their property businesses.

On top of that, Platinum Franchise Partners: 

  • Enjoy average returns on equity of between 10% and 15%
  • On average, earn £17,000 per property, per year – 40% more than standard single tenancy buy-to-let properties
  • Benefit from long-term capital growth in their properties, as they own all their assets 100%

But why do I need to buy a franchise to invest in property?

Put simply, you don't.

But investing in HMOs is complex because of legal and licensing requirements, while mistakes like buying the wrong house in the wrong area, over-spending on renovations or not being able to obtain planning permission are common and can be incredibly costly.

With a Platinum franchise, you’ll be mentored and supported by a team of more than 50 industry experts, so you:

  • Buy and renovate your properties cost-effectively, meaning a greater return on your investment
  • Buy the right properties in the right area and avoid costly planning mistakes
  • Find good housemates and keep them happy, so your rental income keeps coming in
  • Have access to and support from Platinum’s ‘Power Team’ of specialist mortgage brokers, accountants, solicitors and letting agents

Do I need property experience?

You don’t need to have invested in property before to join the Platinum franchise.

The most important traits in a Platinum Franchise Partner are a determination to succeed and a desire to change your life.

Platinum Franchise Partners come from all walks of life.

Some have owned other businesses, many have trodden the corporate path and now want more of their time back and others have come into money and simply want a solid investment for their futures that also generates an immediate income to replace or boost their existing salary.

More about Platinum Property Partners

Platinum was formed in 2007 and, since then, the franchise has helped more than 380 Franchise Partners achieve financial freedom through property investment.

The franchise is a full member of the British Franchise Association (BFA) and its Franchise Partners own more than 1,000 properties across 200 towns and cities in the UK.

Those properties are home to more than 6,000 housemates and are worth in excess of £250million.

How much do I need to invest?

In order to join Platinum, you’ll need between £300,000 and £700,000 of working capital.

That amount will fund your franchise fee and the purchase and renovation of your first HMO, depending on where you buy.

Find out more about joining the Platinum Property Partners network and the opportunity to earn £50,000-£150,000 a year. Get in touch now!

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Agnes and Jonathan GoodallAgnes and Jonathan Goodall

Joined PPP: March 2017
Previous Career: Corporate Finance
Portfolio Location: Teesside
HMOs: One
Biggest Benefit: Flexibility

A greater return from property than corporate life in Teesside

That was the goal for Agnes and Jonathan Goodall, the first Platinum Property Partners investing in Teesside. Following a ten-year career break to bring up the couple’s two children, Agnes was now eager to get back to work.

But, after 18 months working part time in corporate finance, she realised it wasn’t what she wanted to do. It just wasn’t flexible enough. 

Jonathan, who has been working back in the family warehousing and retail business for 11 years, after running a successful photography studio in London, suggested they go to a franchise exhibition.

“It was really to get ideas and inspiration; see what the next big thing was,” added Jonathan. “Whilst there we came across a High Net Worth panel debate, where Paul Watson, franchise partner and Platinum mentor, was taking part.”

It was enough to encourage the couple to talk to the team on the stand, and already having an interest in property and wowed by the HMO (Houses in Multiple Occupation) concept, they booked onto a Discovery Day the same month. However, their main concern was whether the model would work in Teesside.

Working closely with the team at the Platinum Head Office and speaking to nearby franchise partners in Newcastle and Warrington, Agnes and Jonathan were convinced they could build a profitable portfolio in their area. The only other reservation they had was the franchise fee.

Jonathan added: “We had the capital to do it ourselves, even if we ended up paying the price for a few mistakes. But we thought, why go through the pain of trying to learn it yourself when you have people who can teach you not just how to do it, but how to do it right?

We were also conscious of the pressure doing it on our own would put on us as a couple. Joining PPP would mean there’d always be information or someone available to help & support us.

They concluded that the fee was a positive thing and represented a barrier to entry that highlighted how difficult it would be to build a portfolio on your own. 

The couple joined in March 2017.

Their first property completed refurbishment at the end of January. What was originally a 4-bedroom semi-detached house is now a 6-bedroom HMO with four ensuites and one shared bathroom. The plan for the next five years is to build a portfolio of five HMOs generating a combined £70,000 annual gross profit. 

Jonathan added: “Being part of a franchise, the burden is still yours. But with Platinum, all the benefits are yours too”. 

For Agnes, she has finally found the flexibility and enjoyment she was craving.

She concluded: “It’s a business I have been able to build around the needs of the children and I’m setting a good example that there is an alternative to having a job. I’m certainly getting more value for my time and this value could go on for generations to come.”

It’s been fantastic, everything from the mentoring to the bootcamp, Foundation Lettings Course & Workshops have been brilliant. There’s a lot of information to absorb but it’s been a fun rollercoaster ride.

Some of Agnes and Jonathan's properties:

Agnes and Jonathan's properties


Andrew and Christina Wallace Andrew and Christina Wallace

Joined PPP: August 2014
Previous Career: Chartered Civil Engineer
Portfolio Location: Watford
HMOs: Three
Biggest Benefit: Security

We sold our family home to invest in property

For the once risk-averse Andrew and Christina Wallace, the thought of selling their beloved family home of more than 20 years to become professional property investors would have seemed absurd. Yet, in the summer of 2014, that’s exactly what they did.

Like many people who’ve enjoyed successful corporate careers, they were in desperate need of a change. The long hours of the working week were squeezing family life into shorter and shorter weekends. They wanted a challenge again, but also security.

They toyed with several business ideas but failed to take any action. That was until their son, who worked in an estate agent, came home with Steve Bolton’s book, Successful Property Investing.

“I was immediately sold on the whole ethos of Platinum Property Partners and their way of investing in property,” said Andrew. “We’d been looking at ways I could escape the rat race for years, but nothing had seemed right. We’d never considered franchising because it had always sounded as if you were buying a job.”

Convinced that this was what they had been looking for, Andrew and Christina moved fast. They attended a Discovery Day and met some of the existing franchise partners.

The only caveat was the money they would need to build a meaningful portfolio of high-end HMOs (Houses in Multiple Occupation). Living in North Finchley, property prices were above average and they’d need at least £400,000 to get started.

Andrew said: “We knew that if we really wanted to replace our income and achieve our ideal lifestyle, we needed to take this risk and sell our home. We had hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of equity in our home, but we realised it was ‘dead money’ unless we sold the house and made our equity ‘work’ for us.”

Christina added: “It was a lovely Edwardian house that our four children had grown up in. But for us, it made complete sense - to move our bricks and mortar from our own home to a portfolio of investment properties in a cheaper area that gave us massive returns.”

So, after developing their first 7-bedroom HMO, which was originally a 3-bed house, they sold up and moved into a rented house in Muswell Hill. A further two HMOs followed – an 8-bedroom property, then a year later, a further 8-bedroom property which has just recently been tenanted.

“All of the properties are in the Watford area, running at 99% occupancy, and the returns have been even better than expected - 22% ROI and £35,000 annual profit per property on average.”

 “Just knowing how to utilise space and understanding all the planning and licensing regulations that come with larger HMOs have made our properties so much more profitable,” said Andrew. “These extra bedrooms have paid for the franchise fee, the rent on our own home and still given us a healthy income to live off, which we couldn’t have done without Platinum Property Partners.”

Two years after joining Platinum Property Partners, Andrew gave up his full-time job and now both him and Christina are working on branching out into other areas of property investment.

“It’s down to PPP that we have the confidence to do this now. There’s always someone there to help you make the right decisions at every step and somewhere you can get information from immediately.”

Their journey is far from over and they still want to buy their own home, develop a couple of properties and travel more, but it’s great to know Platinum Property Partners has helped them on their way to the life and business they’d dreamed of.

Some of Andrew and Christina's properties:

Andrew and Christina's properties


Ben GouldBen Gould - Platinum Property Partners

Joined PPP: January 2017
Previous Career: Family business
Portfolio Location: Bridgwater
HMOs: Two
Biggest Benefit: Freedom

Finally achieving the real buy-to-let dream

Ben Gould explains why Platinum Property Partners gave him and his parents, Mike and Jane, a secure way to invest in property that would give them an income in the short-term and security in the long-term…

What did you do before buying your own franchise?

The family business was a mortgage brokerage which we ran until 2008 when we switched to helping businesses who were experiencing financial difficulties or facing insolvency. It was hands on and you were only as good as your last sale, so we were constantly looking for new customers and ways to expand. We wanted to do something different that would benefit us for the long term.

Why did you choose to join Platinum Property Partners?

We were looking at several options and property was one of them. We’ve always had a few properties - I rented out a property that I owned, inherited a property from my grandmother and we bought a couple of houses. The buy-to-let dream was always way into the future though, hoping the properties would be worth a fortune in the long term - because the reality was that they never made any money in the short term.  

The Platinum model turned this on its head. It suddenly became important to know how to make money from property today and they had a proven process for it. We’d be able to earn an income that would give us time freedom to focus on other things and create a legacy. I have two children that I want to put through private education and give them financial security when they’re older. I also want to go back to university and this would give me the chance to do that.   

I also loved the people, the availability of help and advice and the confidence that their support would give me.

How have you found the past year?

The first year has been a bit of a whirlwind, there’s a lot to learn. Buying a property is complicated - sometimes it feels as if you’re just writing big cheques and it takes time. The guidance from Platinum has been fantastic, especially the mentoring and support from other Partners. What struck me when I went to the Discovery Day was their openness and honesty about the business, so I was in no doubt what the first year would be like and I’m now at a point where I know it works. It’s been a great success.

What have you achieved so far?

I’ve got one fully tenanted 7-bed HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) and another 8-bed HMO currently undergoing refurbishment. I’ve used a builder that has done other Platinum properties. The first is in the town centre and caters for a younger and more flexible type of tenant – those who spend most of their time out of the house or are working in the area as contractors. The second is much more homely and will appeal to people who want to have a sense of belonging somewhere. Through Platinum, I was not only able to learn the rules and regulations around lettings, but how to find the right tenants in order to create a harmonious household.

Has there been a defining moment?

One was certainly when the HMO officer told me that the property was amazing and the best finish of an HMO in the town. Then it was successfully letting the first room and hearing from the tenant how great the property was. Both proved to me that what I was doing was appreciated and would work. I’d never have known how to cost-effectively achieve such high quality without Platinum.

What are your plans and goals for the future?

The plan over the next four years is to gradually grow the portfolio to around 40 rooms and have a mix of style of property, fit and I can already see that is achievable. That will then enable me to have a rental manager to deal with the day-to-day hands on, which has always been the objective - to find a balance between having more time and having a substantial income.

Some of Ben's properties:

Ben's property examples


Gertie OwenGertie Owen - Platinum Property Partners

Joined PPP: 2010
Portfolio Location: London
Biggest Benefit: Substantial income for life

Using a proven system for investing in property

Gertie Owen joined PPP in August 2010. After 20 years of looking after her children and being, in her own words, being “a lady of leisure”, Gertie wanted a new challenge.

As her children had grown into young adults, Gertie found herself with increasing amounts of free time. Around the same time Gertie’s husband was made redundant, so there was a potential need for an additional income stream.

PPP appealed to Gertie as it offered a proven system to begin investing in property, providing cash flow as well as a growing asset base. Gertie had no previous buy-to-let experience, but with support and guidance on hand whenever she needed it, PPP offered the ability to achieve the income she wanted with the challenge she was looking for.

Since joining PPP Gertie has bought, refurbished and fully tenanted four HMO properties and has just bought her fifth, meeting her personal target. Gertie has gone from having no experience of buy-to-let or HMO property development to the 2013 ‘HMO Landlord of the Year’, awarded by Landlord & Buy-to-Let Magazine. Gertie is in good company – the award’s previous winner held the title for the last three consecutive years and is a Director of the Residential Landlords Association.

Speaking of her triumph at the awards Gertie said: “The awards evening was really special, it was wonderful; I had lots of landlords telling me I inspired them to do more for their tenants, after hearing what I do for mine – and I’ve been a landlord for less than three years. It was a dream come true to win and I was delighted to have my hard work and caring attitude towards my tenants be acknowledged, I feel being part of PPP has made me the landlord I am. It taught me so well to be the best, and I couldn’t have done it without them.”

“When I joined PPP my 5 year goal was to earn £100,000 per annum. After just about 3 years I was already earning £126,000 per annum.”

Gertie believes what sets her apart from other landlords is the way she cares for her tenants; “I show it in all the things I do, from decorating all my houses at Christmas so it feels like home for them, to giving each tenant a Christmas present and also hampers to share. I take note of all their birthdays to make sure I give them cards and give them all eggs and cards for Easter. When doing viewings I always pick them up from the station and I do my best to match the personalities in my houses, so they become good friends.”

The financial benefit has exceeded Gertie’s expectations: “When I joined PPP my five year goal was to be earning £100,000 per annum, but after just about three years I was already earning approximately £126,000 per annum. That’s now nearer £150,000 per year so I feel a great sense of achievement.”


Kelly & Simon MerryKelly & Simon Merry- Platinum Property Partners

Joined PPP: January 2018
Previous Career: Teachers
Portfolio Location: Rugby
HMOs: Two
Biggest Benefit: Time for family

From science teacher to self-made and sustainable professional property investor

Everything changed for Kelly and Simon Merry when they had children. The couple had met at the school they worked at – Kelly as a science teacher and Simon as a systems manager – and both were highly dedicated to their jobs. When their first daughter, Louise, came along, Kelly found she was burning the candles at both ends; and by the time their second daughter Charlotte had arrived, Kelly knew something had to give.

She loved her job, but she didn’t want to be married to it, and felt bad that she couldn’t give 100% anymore. Job satisfaction was important to Kelly, as was being there for her daughters, but what alternative was there?

Assessing their finances

Both Kelly and Simon were on decent salaries and had made shrewd investments in their own homes when they were younger. Moving in together and subsequently upsizing made them accidental landlords of three buy-to-lets, all with low mortgages and a lot of equity.

Attending a Platinum Discovery Day and a meeting with the Managing Director helped Simon and Kelly to understand their wealth profile and finance options for starting their portfolio, which made their HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) dream accessible. However, it wasn’t until their visit to the head office that Kelly was convinced to join.

Kelly added: “That’s really when we made the final decision that it was the right thing to do. the point where we got completely sucked in. It quantified the size of the business and support available. We were blown away by the warmth, energy and positivity of the people who worked there. You could see they enjoyed it and I thought, ‘if we can’t join as Franchise Partners, I want to work here!’. The Partnership Team were also really helpful and patient, answering all of our questions and putting us in touch with the right people.”

Leap of faith

In January 2018, Kelly and Simon officially joined after re-mortgaging all of their properties, including their own home, to raise enough money to start building their HMO portfolio. And as early as purchase mentoring, they were able to see the value of the franchise fee. Kelly explained: “I was keener on a property closer to home, which without Platinum’s advice, we would have bought only to find out later that we wouldn’t have been able to extend.”

Luckily, they went sale agreed on another property just 10 minutes from where they live in Rugby. Kelly worked part-time until the refurbishment started on their first property. They also made some lifestyle changes and accepted that bigger mortgages meant they might have to give up on things like family holidays for a while, but that it was all for the long-term greater good.

Before the first property was even finished, Kelly and Simon had all six rooms committed to and are now achieving a 15.5% return on investment. Their second property, which will be five bedrooms, was finished in December 2019, after which Simon will give up work completely. He’d already gone part time to help Kelly manage the properties as they do all of the cleaning, maintenance and management themselves.

Giving back to the PPP community

Just 18 months after joining, Kelly was approached by Platinum to take on the role as a Regional Coach. The team felt her enthusiasm and willingness to help others would facilitate regular workshops for Franchise Partners in her area and therefore she now acts as a liaison between them and head office. She’s already working on the agenda for their next Regional Workshop and getting ready to welcome and support new Franchise Partners coming into the franchise.

“The change to our work-life balance has been phenomenal already,” said Kelly. “We can clock on and off when we want to, work around our family and friends and more importantly, provide consistency to the girls. We’re basically living and loving life.”

With their first HMO up and running, Kelly and Simon probably spend about five hours per week on management and while refurbishments can be more intense, they still have the flexibility they always craved. They answer emails and calls when they want to, have free weekends and go to sports days, help on school trips and are hands-on with school projects.

The short-term plan is to get to five properties and then after that, they will have the freedom and flexibility to make even more choices.


Simon ClarkeSimon Clarke

Joined PPP: January 2017
Previous Career: International gym franchisor
Portfolio Location: Cheltenham
HMOs: Two
Biggest Benefit: UK-based income

Not UK-based? No problem - build a profitable property portfolio from overseas 

It was almost a decade ago that Simon Clarke first heard of Platinum Property Partners but being based between Sydney and Kuala Lumpur meant it wasn’t possible to join the franchise at the time. He was disappointed and desperately wanted to escape the corporate life of banking, so turned to investing in fitness clubs, which he still owns in Australia and Malaysia. However, the pull of Platinum remained.

Since first hearing Steve Bolton, the founder of Platinum talk at a property expo, Simon had kept a partial eye on property investment opportunities. He had some buy-to-let experience, having rented out his own properties when he moved around for work, and could see how property investment could go from being an active to passive business venture. But only the PPP model seemed to work the best.

From passive to active

Like any other Franchise Partner, Simon attended a Discovery Day and a one-to-one Director’s Meeting to understand how it could work for him. After determining his investment location – Cheltenham – he met with fellow Franchise Partner, Mike Dixon, who would actively build his property portfolio for him.

Simon added: “Mike is very easy going and we got on immediately. You could also see straight away how knowledgeable he was and that he would have no problem helping me get a successful property business up and running.”

The preparations for purchase mentoring were done via Skype and then Simon returned to the UK to attend the viewings and put in an offer. As it turned out, two properties were sale agreed within weeks and this is where Simon’s hands-on involvement ended. He still made all the decisions, but without any of the time investment.

While he was working overseas and managing his other businesses, his property investment business was gaining momentum in preparation for his return to the UK and still generating upwards of 8% returns after project and ongoing management fees.

Changing direction

On his return to the UK in the summer of 2018, Simon took over the reigns of the business and attended all of the training he would have done if he were active from day one. This included the two-day bootcamp and Foundations Lettings & Marketing Course to help him manage his two Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs), which were home to 15 tenants in total.

He also engrossed himself in the Platinum community, attending national and regional workshops and also a specialist commercial mastermind course, which surprisingly changed his goals.

“Once I’d integrated into the network, it became invaluable,” Simon commented. “Building friendships and partnerships with like-minded people inspired me to do much more than HMOs. I’d also realised since taking over the management of my properties that the operational side of things wasn’t my forte so I handed it over to another Franchise Partner so I could focus on making the deals.”

Flexible future

Simon is now concentrating on evaluating investment opportunities for the future to complement his HMO portfolio. He is considering additional HMO investments alongside mixed-use developments and commercial deals using the new skills gained from the PPP course.

Simon concluded: “The great thing about Platinum is there are always options. I will have the passive investment I want, but I can also be as active as I want and play to my strengths. I would never have had the time or knowledge to build this business alone and now it’s taking me in all sorts of exciting directions.”


Paul ReynoldsPaul Reynolds

Joined PPP: April 2020
Previous Career: Change Management
Portfolio Location: Hertfordshire
HMOs: One
Biggest Benefit: Financial and family freedom

Having spent almost a quarter of a century making other people rich, it’s now Paul Reynolds’ turn.

After 20 years as a change manager, entering a huge number of high-profile businesses and exiting with them performing and making more money, Paul switched tack late in 2019 and started looking for investment opportunities that had the potential to change his family’s life.

“I went through redundancy a few months ago after working for TUI, so my income coming to an end was an additional incentive to get my property portfolio going,” said Paul, reflecting on his decision to join Platinum in April 2020 – in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic (more on that later).

“I’ve loved all of my jobs, and I did enjoy the corporate life but the last few years I’ve been getting to a point where we are in a financial situation to make some investments.

“I’ve made a lot of people very rich, and I wanted to do that for myself and my family for a change!”

A model that works

After a working life firmly as an employee, Paul has stepped well outside of his comfort zone to join Platinum.

Indeed, he actually considered joining a business coaching franchise prior to taking the plunge on property with Platinum – a well-trodden and familiar path for someone with 20 years in change management.

“Most of my time was spent on developing people and getting businesses to perform through people and performance – getting sales teams, back of house teams and field engineers to be really high performing through great management,” added Paul.

“I looked at a whole range of franchises. One in particular was a business coaching franchise and I already had the skillset that would have enabled me to do that.

“But the marketing side of that was too much of a risk for me and I wasn’t convinced by their model.”

A Platinum Discovery Day at Heathrow followed for Paul and he quickly started to see the value of the franchise fee when reflecting on the meagre 5% margin being made by a buy-to-let flat he purchased following redundancy several years ago.

“When I was sat in the Discovery Day at Heathrow, I was thinking ‘the franchise fee is a lot of money and that’s the deposit on another BTL property. Could I just go it alone’?

“But now I’m going through the journey and I’m meeting the experts that support me at each step, I realise the fee pays for itself.”

Opportunity from uncertainty

Paul’s confidence in the Platinum business model was backed up by his decision to join in April – just as the UK was still getting to grips with the coronavirus lockdown.

After a small delay to his purchase mentoring with Platinum’s Malcolm Crabbe due to the lockdown, Paul went sale agreed on his first HMO at the end of July after several days of viewings.

“We looked at 15 properties with Malcolm and it was a really interesting few days. I learned a lot and really enjoyed it,” reflected Paul.

“We narrowed the 15 properties down to five and, to me, they all looked fine. But drilling into the projected returns on each property showed they ranged from 8% to 15%.

“Without Malcolm alongside me, I could have easily bought one at the lower end and the difference between 8% and 15% over 10 years is the entire franchise fee.”

Paul also absorbed all of the support offered to Franchise Partners throughout the Covid-19 peak, again reinforcing his confidence in Platinum.

“The business has just adapted very well and carried on running seamlessly, which gives us a great deal of confidence that we’re in the right place, and that it can adapt to and survive any future changes to the wider environment,” he added.

“Covid-19 has really stress-tested the model, we’ve seen it in action and it’s given us confidence that it’s really robust for the future.”

A five-year plan

With his first HMO on the horizon, Paul already has plans in place for the next five years, having been given a solid picture of his family’s finances and a cashflow projection by Platinum’s financial team.

Next up is his renovation mentoring with Kim Thorogood, but Paul’s longer-term, five-year plan to have four HMOs up and running and fully tenanted is also firmly in his mind, too.

“I’ve digested all the resources on the Franchise Partner intranet system PlaNet,” added Paul.

“We’ve got all the ideas, but I’m sure Kim will challenge us on most of them – I hope she does, too!

“Looking ahead, I have a long list of things I want to do when I have those four properties up and running.

“I want to make sure I’m still making a difference and I’d love to be more involved in the mentoring side of being a long-standing Franchise Partner.

“Platinum has given me so many possibilities and in five years’ time, I will be able to do whatever I want to do, whether it’s joining another franchise, starting a new business, pursuing my coaching and mentoring or just travelling.

“I’ve never had freedom like this in life before.”

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