to franchise or not to franchise?
started this topic @ 03:34 on 05/02/2011
I have a business which utilises an online website to show customers documents.
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The back end includes professional scanners and servers to process and upload the documents.
We are charging just 30-40p per scanned document and a monthly fee of around £40-£120.
There are fees for collection / both electronic and physical.
My thoughts are.....
The software has been written by myself to include locational accounts (just a sub account) so that my company can be the main admin account, and any others can be sub accounts (they can only access their customers)
therefore my thinking is that i could set up franchises who would need to purchase a server (low cost) & scanner (again low cost) and use my software to run on the server (for uploading) and my current web site for the display of the data.
(hardware cost approx £1k)
I have no idea regardig franchises.
How to market, what to charge etc.
RE: to franchise or not to franchise?
| 25/08/2012 02:23 AM
Well, you should set up the list of package services you are offering, including their prices and fees, the terms, etc. And to market, try to attend exhibitions such as expo's.