Our Franchise

Our 'Ideal' Franchisee

Cleaning; Home Help, Commercial cleaning, Private and Holiday Letting Cleans

Ideally you will have: 

  • Great People Skills

  • Bags of Enthusiasm

  • Sales Experience

We also need our Franchisees to:  

  • Be smart/presentable

  • Have the required level of `liquid' capital available

  • Possess an outgoing personality

  • Have a full, (reasonably) clean driving license

  • Be looking to give the business their full attention

  • Have a long term perspective

  • Be prepared to adhere to the model & processes

  • Be polite, personable and well mannered

  • Be applying to run a business, not get a job

  • Be ambitious and hungry a desire to succeed

  • Be target/ goals driven 

  • Be hard working

  • Be honest

  • Take pride in every aspect of your work

  • Be diligent and pay attention to detail at all times

  • Have fun and make money 

...the basic requirements of any business really!  


In addition to those attributes listed above, if more than one person is to own and operate the Franchise, then the following qualities must be present: 

  • Complimentary skills

  • Ability to cover the other partner's skills area, if required

  • Experience of working together previously

  • Have the same aspirations and goals for building the business 

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Estimated Start-Up Costs: 

The initial franchise fee is £ 9,995 - (plus VAT), however potential Franchisees should also budget for legal and professional costs which should include a review of the Franchise agreement, assistance with your business plan, the cost of a new company formation plus initial, and on-going, accountancy requirements.
  
The above breakdown is an estimate only and must not be taken as a guarantee of all the final elements required but the full list of items required to start off the business may not be exhaustive.  

 

Before purchasing Happy Angel Franchise you must carefully review all costs with your accountant and business advisers in order to prepare a detailed business plan which should take into account any relevant local factors and your particular requirements for the operation of the business.


Note:  Would-be Franchisees should also be aware that having invested in a Franchised business it may be some time before the business generates sufficient returns to allow them to take an income from it.  They should therefore have sufficient additional cash resources to cover their normal household expenditure up until the time that full drawings are possible.