Finding Photography for Little People is the best thing that happened to me career wise.
Starting up your own photography business with no business experience can be scary and overwhelming. However, with the ongoing support, training and mentoring, provided by the Franchisor, I was able to successfully bring Photography for Little People in my area and make a name for myself. The team is simply amazing and always there for you, it truly feels like being part of a family.. family who helps you grow.
PLP gave me the work-life balance that fitted in with my young family. The main benefit of a franchise is that you’re not alone. There are other people you can talk to who will help and pass on their knowledge and the learning curve is therefore much faster. It also saves you the hassle of having to find and fund specific training yourself, which can be incredibly expensive and of limited value
The franchise has given me the freedom to be there for my family, whilst building my own business. You have training and support from the start, and this grows and changes as you do. For anyone looking for a second career, a flexible work life balance, and the ability to work with families at such lovely times this is for you.
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Being retired I wanted to venture into a new business. Photography for Little People stood out above and beyond everyone else with their professionalism and the package they could provide. Not all marketing and talk, these guys support with everything and it doesn't end. Amazing experience and a business journey we are on together.
"With a love of photography, I naturally returned time and time again to Photography for Little People. It offered me exactly what I needed: a tried and tested business model, training, ongoing mentoring and support, equipment, resources, and most importantly of all a healthy work-life balance. I arranged to meet with Jan Massey and immediately felt that I wanted to join the Photography for Little People family. "