Funding Nav Joins Point Franchise

Funding Nav franchise
Funding Nav A franchise opportunity that stands out from the rest.

As a Franchisee, you get paid for results that relate to deals that can often be a percentage of millions of pounds rather than just for the hours you work.

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The B2B funding franchise, which helps businesses across the UK grow and develop, has joined the Point Franchise network.

Funding Nav is dedicated to delivering genuine results, and to supporting businesses that might have been turned away elsewhere. With the B2B franchise, there’s no messing around, and everyone involved is determined to hit the ground running and offer sound advice as soon as possible, delivering liquidity transformations within a 12-week period.

Funding Nav’s founder, Stephen Sack, started the company to ensure that all businesses would have access to the advisory and broker services that he had once needed and not been able to find. The franchise is delighted to report that it’s never failed to deliver value to a client it has instructed. Even for businesses that don’t need help with money sourcing and borrowing, Funding Nav can help via services such as its cash health-check.

To join the Funding Nav team and franchise with the innovative business, you’ll need to make a minimum investment of £20,000. The estimated average revenue for a new franchisee is £200,000 after two years. In return for an investment with Funding Nav, all new franchisees will receive:

  • A full programme of training and ongoing support in all areas

  • A high return on investment and low start-up costs

  • A 50/50 revenue share and franchising fee fully refunded if £100,000 is generated in year one 

  • Customer leads generated and handed over

  • The ability to work from home and to work flexibly

The ideal Funding Nav franchisee would be ambitious, hard-working and dedicated. They would display a client-focused attitude and an aptitude for marketing and communication. They would have quality customer service skills, and be good at time management and project management.

If you feel you fit the bill, and you’re interested in potentially making an investment, visit Funding Nav’s profile page, which you’ll find linked above.

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