Tutor Doctor has been shortlisted in the Leadership & Culture category at the BFA HSBC British Franchise Awards, to be held at the Vox, Birmingham, on November 30.
The awards evening is the flagship event in the franchising calendar and getting a nomination in itself is an achievement, proving the business works ethically and in the best interests of franchisees and staff, beating many other franchise systems who also entered.
Commenting on the nomination, Frank Milner, President of Tutor Doctor. said:
“For the past 10 years, we have strived to be the best there is and this shortlisting is great recognition of that. Over the course of the decade, the brand has changed in many ways, including a total rebrand, but there’s two things that have remained the same – our mission and values. Now, to be recognised for it in all its glory is a very proud moment indeed.”
Pip Wilkins QFP, CEO of the British Franchising Association, congratulated the franchise:
“The mission is quite clear – help students’ lives, and in order to do this the company focuses on values of understanding, ingenuity, ownership, curiosity and grit. But it’s essential for the business that it’s not only students that learn, as the network’s CPD is a major focus at head office.”
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Andrew Brattesani, head of franchising, HSBC, said:
“Monthly newsletters, quarterly reviews, a head office which is 100 percent open plan and an open door policy help make the company’s missions and values a reality as leadership and culture underpin everything the company does.”
Tutor Doctor will go head-to-head against three other franchise systems in November.
Source: Fe News