We are the first Fire and Security business to provide access to this lucrative market as a franchise offering. A Jackson franchise offers a potentially excellent return on investment, a strong and immediately recognisable brand and sterling reputation from our large and growing client base.
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6 Queens Lane
Bromfield Industrial Estate
We are the first Fire and Security business to provide access to this lucrative market as a franchise offering. A Jackson franchise offers a potentially excellent return on investment, a strong and im ...
Lee Fowler knew all about Jackson Fire and Security as he’d worked for them as a Project Manager for three years before launching his Wirral-based franchise in May 2014.
Gary Johnson runs our Bolton franchise which operates throughout Bolton, Bury, Wigan and Skelmersdale. He started trading in July 2016 and currently has three members of staff in his business.
Kris Milner launched our Leeds franchise in September 2016 having previously worked in the yachting industry as a chief officer responsible for fire safety and security of everyone on board.
Who could have predicted the turn of events this year? The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been profound and it’s left people in a state of uncertainly about what the future holds. That inevitably includes wondering what lies ahead in terms of their career. Some people might have been reviewing their career situation before the pandemic took hold, and contemplating making a move into the world of running their own business, including the possibility of taking on a franchise.
If you are one of those people, you might well be asking yourself whether you should put those plans on hold. Our advice would be no, don’t put those plans on hold… but with some caveats attached.
A former firefighter with three decades’ experience is to spearhead a fire & security firm’s latest Yorkshire franchise.
Henryk Matysiak, 57, has been appointed director of Jackson Fire & Security’s new Sheffield franchise – the company’s second Yorkshire base having opened in Leeds in 2016.
A former asset manager for the UK’s busiest airport has become manager of a fire & security firm’s first London franchise.
Martin Lawton, 45, is putting his experience in life safety at Heathrow Airport to use as he takes the reigns at Jackson Fire & Security’s expansion in Kingston-upon-Thames.