Kids Bee Happy offers opportunity to win free franchise during GEW

In addition, the lucky applicant will receive accounting and business support from Cheap Accounting, and see their new business launched at the Business Startup Show in Earls Court, London during Global Enterprise Week.
Alistair Patterson, founder of Kids Bee Happy said “We know how hard it is at the moment, with unemployment figures the highest for decades, a lack of job security, and financial pressures such as rising utility bills and childcare costs as expensive as housing costs.  We see that is harder than ever for people to achieve a balance between earning the necessary money, work and achieving a decent family life, and we know that our franchise offers many that opportunity.”
“However, not everyone has the money needed to purchase a franchise, particularly those people with families who are already finding money tight.  So, as part of Global Enterprise Week we’re going to give away a complete Kids Bee Happy Franchise package to someone that wants to earn extra income for their family and at the same time regain control of their work-life balance.” 
As part of the package, and to ensure that the winner is given the full support that they need to make their business successful, not only will they have the normal support and training from Kids Bee Happy that every franchisee receives, but will receive free business and accountancy advice and support from Cheap Accounting.
Every day in the UK people talk about making a change in their life and consider starting up a business. By connecting individuals to practical support and those who have done it already, Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011 will help turn these exchanges into the businesses of tomorrow.
This year Global Enterprise Week is being hosted in the UK by Youth Business International, and their Chief Executive Andrew Devenport says: “There is a great need to provide opportunities today that help entrepreneurs pursue their dreams and build the businesses of tomorrow. Global Entrepreneurship Week 2011 is kick-starting the conversations that are needed to make this happen.”
Elaine Clark, Managing Director of who was recently voted Woman In Finance by the Network of Aspiring Women says
“This is a great opportunity for someone to set up their own business but with the support from Kids Bee Happy and us as accountants.
“Times are tough and many are seeking second income to boast their household budgets or find themselves out of work due to redundancy.  A franchise is a terrific solution to this allowing a new business owner to navigate their way into the world of being their own boss with others who have already been there before.”
Conditions of entry can be found on the website, and entries close on Wednesday 9th November.