Bloomberg talk to Katie Elfer from Cookery Doodle Doo

There’s been a surge in self-employment in the UK since the recession and Bloomberg have investigated the trend interviewing Cookery Doodle Doo founder Katie Elfer.

Read the full article on Bloomberg here: British Find Way to Beat Working For a Boss

Many parents are increasingly finding the idea of dropping the 9-5 in favour of being their own boss appealing. Flexible hours, independence, job satisfaction – or just spending more quality time with the kids can be powerful motivation for making a change. 

katieKatie Elfer says “I’m so pleased to be able to talk about the benefits of working for Cookery Doodle Doo and how it’s changed my family-life completely. Nothing worth having is easy, but I genuinely believe that my quality of life has much improved since I launched the company and now we’re recruiting more teachers with the franchise it’s a really exciting time for us all.”

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