Sarah Cook spent an unusual evening on Tuesday 8th March. She met Duncan Bannatyne, Theo Paphitis and Deborah Meaden at the Royal Courts of Justice in London for an evening of fine dining and conversation, along with a handful of other high profile business individuals. The evening was organised by the Make a Wish Charity.
“They were all absolutely lovely,” explained Sarah. “We talked about all sorts of things from Coconut Creatives to shoulder surgery. They each had a fantastic outlook on life, business and were thoroughly enjoyable company. Certain Coconut clients were also brought up in conversation which generated some unusual dragon interest in the franchise sector.”
With links such as these, who knows what future projects could be in the pipeline…
Sarah will be discussing more about her experience with the Dragons on the next Coconut Franchisor Marketing Workshop at the Langtry Manor in Bournemouth, 13th April. This workshop will focus on hot tips for franchise recruitment and look at ways franchisors can improve their franchise marketing during the individual 1 to 1 sessions in the afternoon.