We started our journey with Franchise Simply for two reasons. One was to simplify and systemize our business with a view to expansion through franchising.
We have just done phase one and have been looking at a lot of our systems to see how we are running things and are really excited about improving all these as our business will run better as well as our franchises
We started only about four weeks ago and worked through the first module. We set a lot of time aside from all the other activities we were doing just simply to get this process done. And will keep doing that to keep moving forward.
It has been much easier than we expected. There has been a lot of education along the way. We thought it would be a tricky process but it has been quite simple.
We believe in doing business…
Our quest is to continue to help business owners who want to grow their business into a more valuable asset.
We do this through a number of our enterprises.
Through Franchise Simply® we help business owners who want to grow their business into a more valuable asset through franchising. The team of expert advisors at Franchise Simply® does this this through our simple three step Franchise Success Path which can be delivered in many different ways to suit you. We work closely with our team of leading franchise experts to provide the full range of services to the franchise industry, from carefully crafted legal agreements and operations and procedure manuals, to expert advice on corporate structures, fee structures, territory planning, franchisee support, recruitment and much more…The result - our members implement fast and get everything they need to succeed all in one place. Click here to join our inspiring community of entrepreneurs and you can be our next success story.
We believe in giving back and so a percentage of every program is given to MicroLoan Foundation Australia to help women in Southern Saharan Africa to build businesses and take their families out of poverty. To date we have helped provide over 60,000 loans impacting on 355,000 impoverished people.