What was Emily’s initial situation?
Emily worked part-time for a children’s charity as an Executive Assistant but also did some work as a Virtual Assistant. After the birth of her daughter and end of her maternity leave, Emily returned to work, but she felt like something was missing.
Although Emily enjoyed PA/EA work, she wanted to focus on her career and work for herself. She knew she had the skills to run a business but didn’t feel confident in completely ‘going it alone’. Whilst thinking about the direction she wanted to take with her career, she began looking for opportunities to work for herself whilst having support.
How did she think Pink Spaghetti would solve this?
With the help of Pink Spaghetti, Emily knew she could have the freedom and responsibility of running her own business whilst being supported at each step along the way. Emily liked the fact that there would be support within the franchise from people who have gone through the same thing and who can offer training and advice.
When researching Pink Spaghetti, Emily was encouraged by the stories of the franchisees and their journey to establishing their businesses. As a mother, the importance of a work/life balance was important to Emily and finding this was possible whilst owning a Pink Spaghetti franchise was refreshing.