Online franchise agency EweMove has 'expanded its flock' after opening four new branches.
The latest franchises to open their doors are located in Bradford, Goole, Shrewsbury and Hamilton.
The Hamilton branch is EweMove's first franchise in Scotland.
The latest additions take EweMove's tally of locations to 57 after rebranding as a franchise agency in 2013.
The agency has also confirmed that it has a number of new franchises already signed up to launch between now and the end of 2015.
Glen Ackroyd, known as EweMove's 'head shepherd', says he is particularly delighted with the opening of the Hamilton branch.
"The franchisee support network is firmly in place and we are able to advise our now lambs every step of the way. Whilst we launched our franchise model in 2013, the team behind EweMove have been in the industry since 2005 so we know what it takes to build a successful business," he says.
One of EweMove's existing franchisees, Nick Neill, based in York, adds: "I have built a thriving business from scratch, which I could not have done as quickly or effectively without the support of EweMove."
Neill claims that in one week alone in his first year as a franchisee he banked more money than the cost of his initial purchase.
EweMove was recently in the news when Ackroyd expressed his dismay at a complaint made to the Advertising Standards Authority by a rival agency in Haverhill, CXG.
It complained that EweMove's claim that it is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week is false.
Co-owner of traditional agency CXG, Daniel Pilley, claimed to have called and requested a valuation from EweMove at 3am and was told this was not possible.
He also claimed that EweMove's Haverhill telephone number was answered by someone in Saffron Walden.
Ackroyd disputed the claims and said he takes the complaint as 'high praise for EweMove's innovation'.