Kerrigan joins HQ team at Business Doctors
The North West based Business Doctors head office team is expanding as they welcome new recruit, Jo Kerrigan, to the position of Franchisee Account Manager.
With a background in Marketing and brand management, Jo is looking forward to her role liaising with the growing network of Business Doctors franchisees around the UK.
‘I am really excited about joining the team,' said Jo. ‘I have worked with Rod and Lynne in a previous life so I know I am joining a great group of people. I am also looking forward to working with the Business Doctors network as they help SME's grow and prosper,' she said.
‘As we grow the franchisee network we need to maintain the high level of support our colleagues expect and demand,' commented Business Doctors founder Rod Davies. ‘Jo is the perfect addition to our growing team at HQ and I am delighted to have her on board. Her expertise in marketing and enthusiasm are perfect for us.'
This follows the company's growth to 40 franchisees in the UK, the recent signing of a Master Franchise agreement in South Africa and the launch of a new, highly acclaimed business book entitled ‘Breaking Big'.
‘The foundations for growing the Business Doctors network, both in the UK and internationally, are now in place. We are set fair and I am very excited about the next few years,' concluded Davies.
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