Office hygiene specialist Techclean offers a good value, high profit franchise
Office hygiene is under scrutiny, as organisations look for ways to boost staff wellbeing and productivity. Colds, flu and gastric illness can spread quickly in the workplace. And with absenteeism costing around £522 per employee per year, it’s easy to see why businesses are keen to curb transmission.
Technologies found in the office - such as phones and computer keyboards - are an ideal breeding ground for viruses and bacteria. Traditional office cleaning firms tend to focus on other areas, such as floors, kitchens and bathroom facilities, so harmful germs lurking on equipment that people handle daily are left unchecked.
What’s more, failing to clean office technologies properly can have a negative impact on their performance and lifespan.
A Techclean franchise represents an effective route into the emerging and lucrative market of advanced office hygiene.
Techclean’s specialist service is in great demand. Businesses are becoming increasingly aware of the need to properly clean and sanitise office equipment that comes into regular contact with human hands. This includes laptops, PCs, printers, photocopiers and telephones.
During the 1980s, Techclean developed its knowledge and expertise through provision of specialist cleaning services for the computer and communication rooms of large corporates. It’s the leading player in the field, working within an ISO framework, and is safe contractor accredited, providing customer assurance of credibility and integrity.
Customers range from big names like EDF, Disney and Porsche to universities, hospitals and the Public Service Ombudsman in Wales.
This opportunity offers a significant and rapid return on investment. Franchisees can expect to achieve a net profit margin of more than 50 per cent within the first year of trading.
Flexibility is another advantage. A Techclean franchise can suit any stage of your working life or provide a second income stream alongside an existing business or job.
If you’re looking for a business opportunity that’s affordable, flexible and not dependent on any one market sector, Techclean could be the ideal choice.
What’s in the package
Territories are generous. Each catchment area includes at least 10,000 businesses. No premises are needed, making it a perfect business to run from a home office with minimal outlay. The Bardon Group team will be with you every step of the way, from preparing a business plan to securing finance if needed and then setting up your Techclean franchise. Ongoing business, marketing and PR support is provided to help franchisees build and grow profitable businesses.
Former teacher and mother of four Susan Davies set up Techclean South Wales three years ago after her youngest child went to university. She was looking for a new challenge and wanted to grow a business from home, while still getting out to interact with others.
Susan says: “I love the diversity of it and meeting different people. It’s very satisfying work. We go into an office and in just a few hours we make such a big difference to the working environment.
“I have a small team of people working with me - I call them the dream team - and customers are always delighted with the end results.”
Right for each other?
Techclean is looking for individuals with a strong work ethic and a willingness to follow a proven business model.
The ideal Techclean owner is good with people and has an aptitude for sales and marketing. No previous experience is required, as full training is given.
At a glance summary
- Low upfront investment.
- Rapid and significant returns.
- Growing demand across multiple sectors.
- Home-based and flexible.
- Generous territories.
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