Are you interested in taking your career in a new direction but don’t want to end up in a similar place? Are you a business leader who has grown tired of inter-office politics, expensive overhead costs and being stuck in a rut – or worse, in a cubicle? Then a mobile franchise opportunity may be perfect for you and your future.
What Is A Mobile Franchise?
Mobile franchise operators literally bring their products or services to their clients instead of the other way around. Their vehicles are their storefronts and their showrooms, and everyone in their territory is a potential customer, not just people who stroll by their buildings.
Still not sure what a mobile franchise is? Read Bin There Dump That Vice President and General Manager John Ferracuti’s article on it! Then think back to when you were a kid and the ice cream truck would come down your block – that was probably your first interaction with a mobile franchise.
Since then, mobile businesses have diversified and evolved. Today, they take many different forms and offer many different services. For example, there are trucks that move furniture, cars that deliver food, vans that provide pet grooming and trailers that host video gaming sessions (or workout sessions, if you prefer). There are even wagons that host weddings.
What Are The Benefits of Mobile Franchises?
Clearly, mobile franchises have become ubiquitous and numerous. Fortunately, they can also make you quite prosperous. That’s because they combine all the advantages of franchising — a proven business model, a built-in support network, established name recognition, territorial flexibility and enhanced purchasing power — with tremendous flexibility and substantially reduced expenses.
Compared with traditional brick-and-mortar franchises, mobile franchises offer the following benefits:
Lower startup and overhead costs
One of the most expensive initial and ongoing components of any business is real estate. For retail and food franchises, real estate can prove especially costly as they need to be located in malls, shopping centers and other areas with heavy traffic – and heavy rents. If you also include the costs of renovating and maintaining a brick-and-mortar location, the price of real estate can prove astronomical.
When you’re a mobile franchise operator, every day is different. You won’t spend week after week staring at the same walls or locked in the same conference room — you can get out of the office!
It’s important to spend time with customers, establish a presence in your community and otherwise allocate your time as you see fit.
Added customer convenience
Mobile franchises shift the burden of traveling from the customer to the owner, something that appeals to many people. In fact, for those who are unable to leave their homes – the elderly, the disabled, etc. – doing business with a mobile franchise isn’t just a preference, it’s a necessity. As a result, you can tap into under-served demographics and expand your customer base.
How To Choose The Right Mobile Franchise For You.
As you now know, there are many mobile franchise options, and there are many great reasons for investing in a mobile franchise. However, it is important to select the one that’s right for you.
Bin There Dump That is one of the fastest growing mobile franchises in North America. We specialize in bin rentals and dumpster rentals, delivering these items to both homeowners and contractors throughout the United States and Canada. Our customers love us, and our franchise operators love us just as much.
That’s because we offer low startup costs, a proven operational model, virtually indestructible and long-lasting equipment (our bins) and a great support system. We also offer tremendous return on investment.
To learn more about becoming a Bin There Dump That franchise operator and our mobile franchise business, contact us today.