This years Annual General Meeting was held in London on the 2nd of November. Where it saw all Photography For Little People franchise team members get together including master Franchisor from Hong Kong and their team.
The day was packed full of fantastic content for everyone to get involved with, launching new products and a refresher session of the PLP system. An opportunity for everyone to share ideas and techniques for photography and business. Overall an empowering day for the full team.
Included in the AGM day was key speaker, Pip Wilkins, CEO of The British Franchise Association. She spoke about the successes of owning a franchise business and how the Photography For Little People, has set up a system where their team members are in a position to take full advantage of a proven work flow, taking their business to the next level.
The BFA is The British Franchise Association and is the voice of ethical franchising in the UK. They represent members and help to promote them within the industry and beyond. They also provide factual information and advice to businesses planning to franchise – or people considering joining a franchise.
To Round up the Annual General Meeting for the Photography For Little People franchise the annual photographer of the year awards take place. Competition was great as always, a chance to recognise and appreciate everyones skilled work over the year. Rebecca Downie, our West Sussex franchisee, took the crown for Photographer of the Year with multiple stand out pieces.