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5 reasons you can clean up with an automotive valeting franchise!

5 reasons you can clean up with an automotive valeting franchise!

Looking for an affordable franchise opportunity with low overheads, a massive untapped marketplace and real job satisfaction? You could do worse than consider a mobile valeting franchise

1. LOW OPERATING COSTS

As a 'man and a van' business, ideally you will be operating from a smartly liveried, fully equipped vehicle and should have no need for business premises. You don't need staff either - although if you are determined to develop your business into a multi-van operation, with support from your franchisor, the opportunity will most likely be available to you. Business costs include running your vehicle and purchasing your products, so you don't need to worry about high overheads.

 

2. MASSIVE MARKET POTENTIAL

With around 32 million cars on the road in the UK, the pool of potential customers is huge. At present the marketplace is fragmented with hardly any professional, ...

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Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans

The SBA guaranteed lending program encourages banks and non-bank lenders to make long-term loans to small firms by reducing their risk and leveraging the funds they have available. The SBA itself does not make the loans but guarantees up to 85% of a start-up franchise loan. Rates are usually competitive and terms are generally longer than other sources.

It would serve you well to familiarize yourself with all the SBA has to offer. Go to their website,www.sba.gov., and click on Financing Your Business. There you can learn about estimating financing costs, SBA loan programs, preparing financial statements, financial management for a growing business, and much, much more.

SBA's new Finance Franchise Registry lists names of franchise companies whose franchisees enjoy the benefits of a streamlined review process for SBA loan ...

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Small Business Administration (SBA) Loans

The SBA guaranteed lending program encourages banks and non-bank lenders to make long-term loans to small firms by reducing their risk and leveraging the funds they have available. The SBA itself does not make the loans but guarantees up to 85% of a start-up franchise loan. Rates are usually competitive and terms are generally longer than other sources.

It would serve you well to familiarize yourself with all the SBA has to offer. Go to their website,www.sba.gov., and click on Financing Your Business. There you can learn about estimating financing costs, SBA loan programs, preparing financial statements, financial management for a growing business, and much, much more.

SBA's new Finance Franchise Registry lists names of franchise companies whose franchisees enjoy the benefits of a streamlined review process for SBA loan ...

[more]

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The Grand Slam isn't new to the Denny's menu--it's been around since 1977--but add the word free and you have a revitalized brand. When Denny's announced a giveaway of the pancakes, eggs and bacon meal in a 2009 Super Bowl commercial, nearly 2 million people lined up to get one.

 

What is the Franchise Agreement?

 

The franchise agreement outlines the way your business will work within your franchise system. It gives both you, the franchisee, and your franchisor a clear understanding of the terms of your business relationship.

The franchise agreement also serves to ensure uniformity, which is beneficial not only to the franchisor but to the franchisee as well. If, for example, a ...

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The franchise agreement outlines the way your business will work within your franchise system. It gives both you, the franchisee, and your franchisor a clear understanding of the terms of your business relationship. The franchise agreement also serves to ensure uniformity, which is beneficial not only to the franchisor but to the franchisee as well. If, for example, a customer has an unsatisfactory experience at another unit within your franchise, he will be unlikely to want to do business with your unit. Therefore, the franchisee is under obligation to maintain uniformity, and the franchise agreement will establish parameters for that uniformity

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