What motivates most people to start a business is the prospect of being their own boss, being in charge of their destiny, enjoying flexible working.
Sure. It can work definitely work out like that.
But there’s plenty of other (ongoing) stuff that has to get done in order to achieve that.
Overnight, business owners have to become Marketing Gurus, Financial Whizzes, Super Organised, Desk Tidy, Brilliant At Sales, Research Professionals, HR Managers, the list goes on…
Which is why the franchise model is a tried and tested business model designed to remove the headache of day-to-day business operations, leaving franchisees the opportunity to get on with client-face work and revenue growth.
Franchises are such a proven model that it is no coincidence that some of the most recognisable global brands are in fact franchises – think McDonalds, Subway, Spud-U-Like – and local ones like cleaning brand Molly Maid and hairdressers Toni & Guy.