On top of our personal appearance in the Telegraph, we appeared there again in a professional capacity, agreeing with the fact that there’s been a rise in demand for architectural services over lockdown.

As with any press coverage, we are thrilled about this appearance as it is a chance to share our story and communicate our brand and our message.

The article, “The room boom,” from February 2021, claims that “the interiors industry is booming” during the pandemic. It speculates that the money that would have been spent on season tickets and holidays is now being spent on garden offices, new kitchens and hot tubs. As we are forced to spend more time at home, our spaces have a greater impact on us and small changes can make large differences to our mental health. Furthermore, since many of us have been forced to work from home, we, at Pride Road, have seen a spike in demand for home offices.

Due to the economic calamity of lockdown, many small businesses struggled to survive. Lisa, Pride Road’s founder, was faced with two terrified franchisees and the possibility of being unable to support her own family. So, she quickly and expertly pivoted the business to a model of online consultations and workshops. Lisa’s success in transforming the business is a testament to the level of support we provide our franchisees.

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This was also a lesson in marketing because Lisa created a connection with a journalist so we were in the national press twice. At Pride Road we provide extensive marketing, SEO and CRM support, with a dedicated team to help you every step of the way. Don’t take it from me; hear the franchisees’ favourite things about their job.

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