There was lots of excitement and much tail wagging when EWIF announced the finalists of their 2014 award categories.
After last year’s success, which saw Wagging Tails franchisee Teresa Bowers scoop the award for Franchisee of the Year, Wagging Tails had entered three categories this year and have been listed as finalists for all three – something no other company has achieved!
Director Lisa Suswain is a finalist of The Coconut Creatives 2014 Woman Franchisor of the Year Award, Clair Slingo who runs the Guildford franchise is a finalist of The BarterCard 2014 Woman Franchisee of the Year Award and Sarah Evans who has just completed her first year as the Coventry franchisee has made it through to the final of The NomasVello 2014 New Woman Franchisee of the Year Award (for women who became a franchisee after January 2012).
Director Lisa Suswain said, “We are absolutely thrilled to have been shortlisted in all three categories we entered, especially when you consider the strong competition. The past 12 months have been very exciting for us with franchise industry awards and recognition from pet professionals and magazines as the market leaders in our industry. We are seeing even more demand for our service and we are growing our franchise network to meet that demand. It’s lovely to be recognised by EWIF for our hard work and we can’t wait for the awards ceremony in May.”
Wagging Tails is a home dog boarding franchise offering owners an alternative to kennels. Franchisees manage a team of carers in their exclusive territory in what is very much a home based business. Carers are dog lovers who enjoy the company of a canine holiday guest be it for a week or three months. All franchisees are dog owners themselves with a passion for customer service and desire to be the market leaders in their area.
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a Wagging Tails Franchisee and become a future award nominee please read more about our pet franchise opportunities.
EWIF is an organisation dedicated to encouraging women into franchising. It’s members come from all areas within the franchising industry and include: Franchisors, Franchisees, Banks, Consultants, Accountants, Solicitors, Media Providers, Exhibition Organisers, as well as other associated businesses. To find out more please go to www.ewif.org