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How much will you need to put into becoming a successful franchisee?
To be a successful franchisee, there are a number of factors that come into play. James Whittle, managing director at Aspray, the award winning property damage insurance claims management company, says: “The theory that what you put in you get out is very applicable for franchising.
“If you buy a full-time franchise, you need to be prepared to put in full-time hours. At Aspray, we look for customer centric, driven individuals who also have people and project management skills, as we believe these individuals could make successful franchisees.”
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