Necessary Steps to Owning a Cleaning Business Franchise

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Starting your own business can be daunting. How will you know if your business plan will work? Are you worried about not having enough experience? Most entrepreneurs who chose to start their first business often chose to franchise. FranNet conducted a study showing that 92% of franchises were still in business after two years compared to independent businesses where 25% fail within their first year.

Why? Franchising, specifically home care services like The Cleaning Authority provides our franchisees with all the tools they need for a long and successful career as a business owner, without the experience. Let’s look at what you need to do to become an owner

Step 1: Express interest

Research, research, and more research! Once you learn that The Cleaning authority is #1 in the cleaning franchise, you will want to fill out an online form to request more information from our experts.

Step 2: Connect with our experts

Once you are connected, our experts will discuss financials, locations, and training/support. Anything that you need to know, we will help discuss. You will also get the chance to connect with other franchise owners so you get an understanding of the day in their life as business owners.

Step 3: Attend Meet your Team Day

This helps you get introduced to our proven business model and systems, which will be an important part of your success. With the technology, marketing, and business operations that will be explained, you will start to learn the parts of The Cleaning Authority.

Step 4: Sign Franchise Agreement

This is the best part, where you are officially a part of the Cleaning Authority Franchise! After this is done you get 10 days of additional training at the corporate office that helps teach you about business.

Each step is an integral part of your entrepreneurial journey to success. Are you ready to start with The Cleaning Authority?