Following six years of success, publishers open up franchising opportunities for UK’s only FREE Sunday paper

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Publishers of Asian Sunday are now offering franchise opportunities of its leading regional title.

Asian Sunday made history when it first hit the newsstands in 2011, as the UK’s first and only FREE Sunday paper. Whilst the initial two years of the business saw phenomenal growth, the newspaper hit an obstacle in 2014, which led to a decline in revenue and readership. Despite this temporary dip, a cut throat, competitive and ever-changing market place, the newspaper managed to manoeuvre through austerity and tough challenges and fought back putting the paper back at the forefront of local news, where it appeared in mainstream media titles such as The Economist, The Guardian, and the BBC as the go to media outlet for various exclusive and breaking news stories. 

They say overcoming your weaknesses makes you stronger and that certainly became the reason for Asian Sunday’s growing success. The publishers now want others to benefit from its success and launch regional titles across the country and are therefore looking for entrepreneurs who want to own a share in one of the most influential industries in the world – media!

The Asian Sunday franchise offers an abundance of business opportunities to budding entrepreneurs to realise their dreams and climb the ladder of success. Franchising is being in business for yourself, but not by yourself. Taking an Asian Sunday franchise is a proven route to success as we will train you, teach you how to avoid the pitfalls and help entrepreneurs work on an established method of doing business, which is both stress-free and tried and tested.

Aspiring Asian Sunday franchise owners are never left entirely on their own, to face the fierce competition and other harsh challenges of the industry by the franchisee, but, at the same time, they can enjoy the freedom of taking the final decisions for their franchise and thus, fulfil their desire of being their own boss.

Founder and Managing Director Fatima Patel said: “The media industry is all about connections and networks, without these, it’s a very tough market to be in. Over the past six years I am pleased to say my team and I have built an extensive network from international celebrities, to politicians to influential leaders along with a wealth of business sponsors and advertisers to ensure business success, which is very evident from the work we have done and delivered in the last six years.

“We now want to replicate our local success in Bradford by establishing local newspapers across the UK and help others earn significant rewards and recognition as media entrepreneurs” 

Franchises are available in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Preston, Blackburn and Darwin, Rochdale & Oldham, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leicester, Luton and London. 

For more information and a franchisee pack email your contact details and profile to franchise@asiansunday.co.uk

Publishers of Asian Sunday are now offering franchise opportunities of its leading regional title.

Asian Sunday made history when it first hit the newsstands in 2011, as the UK’s first and only FREE Sunday paper. Whilst the initial two years of the business saw phenomenal growth, the newspaper hit an obstacle in 2014, which led to a decline in revenue and readership. Despite this temporary dip, a cut throat, competitive and ever-changing market place, the newspaper managed to manoeuvre through austerity and tough challenges and fought back putting the paper back at the forefront of local news, where it appeared in mainstream media titles such as The Economist, The Guardian, and the BBC as the go to media outlet for various exclusive and breaking news stories. 

They say overcoming your weaknesses makes you stronger and that certainly became the reason for Asian Sunday’s growing success. The publishers now want others to benefit from its success and launch regional titles across the country and are therefore looking for entrepreneurs who want to own a share in one of the most influential industries in the world – media!

The Asian Sunday franchise offers an abundance of business opportunities to budding entrepreneurs to realise their dreams and climb the ladder of success. Franchising is being in business for yourself, but not by yourself. Taking an Asian Sunday franchise is a proven route to success as we will train you, teach you how to avoid the pitfalls and help entrepreneurs work on an established method of doing business, which is both stress-free and tried and tested.

Aspiring Asian Sunday franchise owners are never left entirely on their own, to face the fierce competition and other harsh challenges of the industry by the franchisee, but, at the same time, they can enjoy the freedom of taking the final decisions for their franchise and thus, fulfil their desire of being their own boss.

Founder and Managing Director Fatima Patel said: “The media industry is all about connections and networks, without these, it’s a very tough market to be in. Over the past six years I am pleased to say my team and I have built an extensive network from international celebrities, to politicians to influential leaders along with a wealth of business sponsors and advertisers to ensure business success, which is very evident from the work we have done and delivered in the last six years.

“We now want to replicate our local success in Bradford by establishing local newspapers across the UK and help others earn significant rewards and recognition as media entrepreneurs” 

Franchises are available in Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Preston, Blackburn and Darwin, Rochdale & Oldham, Sheffield, Birmingham, Leicester, Luton and London. 

For more information and a franchisee pack email your contact details and profile to franchise@asiansunday.co.uk

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