So what makes a Countrywide Signs franchise a profitable and lucrative investment even during a period of economic uncertainty?
We can all agree that there is always going to be a high demand for housing as the population continues to rise. So when we face times of economic uncertainty and property sales slow down, the lettings and commercial sectors pick up the slack. This is what makes a Countrywide Signs franchise business model sustainable.
To enable them to be a great service provider to estate agents, we provide our franchisees with the training, tools and support needed to win and keep new customers.
Our director, Justin says: “Our new franchise package offers all the business essentials, including comprehensive training, head office technical and accounts support, specialist tools, and the first year’s commercial insurance. New franchisees also get a uniform, marketing materials, licensed use of a bespoke sign board and business management system, and access to telesales campaigns.”
So will a Countrywide Signs franchise suit you? We have franchisees from all walks of life, from senior management professionals to tradespeople. No two of our franchisees are the same.
Martin Pitts, a former motor trade manager from Worcester, says: “I launched my franchise in 2018 supported by Countrywide Signs’ head office. It’s like having a business mentor.”
He also adds: “Owning my Countrywide Signs franchise is more satisfying than working for someone else. People have asked if I would return to my life as an employee – but I can’t see me ever going back now.”