Get on the road to success with an Extra Help franchise
Do you dream of running a rewarding, home help business, but would like the reassurance of a proven business model?
Extra Help is a franchise network that operates in a fast growing, recession resilient market. It provides a one-stop shop, offering flexible home help services to anyone who needs them, such as the elderly, parents and time poor professionals.
The company’s service offering gives clients the convenience of only having to deal with one company for all their home help requirements, from gardening and DIY, to meal preparation, cleaning, ironing and dog walking.
Extra Help’s business model is straightforward and easy to follow. Home helpers are self- employed, thereby paying their own tax and national insurance.
Extra Help is a management franchise, so a franchisee’s job is to find clients and recruit responsible, caring and honest home helpers to meet their requirements.
Having listened to franchisee feedback, the company has recently reduced its fees to enable new franchisees to start generating significant profits more quickly.
An Extra Help franchise now costs only £4,200, with modest monthly fees of £200 per month in the first year.
Plus you still receive a comprehensive franchise package that provides everything you need to get up and running and grow your business successfully.
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