There are important trends and statistics to keep in mind if you are considering launching a pet food franchise – all of which suggest you are onto a winner. For a start, if you’re thinking of creating a home delivery service for dog food - or any pet products - you can cash in on the UK’s growing devotion to e-commerce. As a nation, we now buy over £130 billion worth of goods online.
Having your grocery shopping delivered is popular – as is bulk buying to save money. Combine the two and it makes home delivery of pet food (particularly large bags of dog food) appealing.
The mobile pet food franchise route to being your own boss provides you with a brand name that clients can trust. Pet owners are spending more than ever – reversing the trend for other retail sectors - including investing in food to keep pets stronger and happier. In one survey, 91% of pet owners felt that better food is why pets are healthier - 78% felt commercially prepared pet food was the best option. This also explains the occurrence of a growing market in things such as probiotics and supplements for dogs too.
You franchise parent company will have favourable buying relationships with manufacturers and distributors, so you can keep your prices affordable. Franchising also offers you a tried and trusted business model and business management help, plus a vital website.
The successful and established companies willing to help you realise your business goals include award-winning Trophy Pet Foods. There are also liveried vehicles and easily recognisable branding franchise packages available from Oscar and Husse. Work from home mobile pet food enterprises can also be supported by the Kibbles Mill dog food franchise.
These are just a few examples. To ensure you don’t waste time barking up the wrong tree, give us a whistle so we can find the right pet and dog food franchise for you.