In July, the locksmith franchise continued its impressive path of expansion, welcoming franchisee Lea Ternent to the network.
Lockforce was founded in 2014 by Paul Smith and Sean Taylor, and in the intervening years, the locksmith franchise has expanded and grown substantially, welcoming many franchisees. Owned and run by The Forces Group, Lockforce is extremely well-regarded for the level of support and training it provides all of its franchisees, and for the extremely crucial key services it provides to customers across the UK.
Lockforce was delighted to welcome Lea to the network in July, and said of its newest expansion that, “Our latest franchisee to join the network, Lea Ternent, is now the owner of [the Northumberland and Gateshead territory] and is very keen to get started helping his local community. Previously working as an enforcement officer, Lea is now fully trained as a professional locksmith.” The franchise then encouraged any customers in Lea’s area to get in touch if they were in need of a professional and quality locksmith.
Like Lea, you won’t need any previous locksmithing experience to thrive as a Lockforce franchisee. Instead, you’ll simply need to be willing to learn, motivated to succeed, and financially able to invest. To become a Lockforce franchisee, you’ll need to make a minimum initial investment of £14,995. After two years in business, your revenue is expected to be around £50,000.
In return for the investment you make, you’ll receive a defined territory, a starter pack, all the tools you need, and comprehensive technical training. You’ll then have access to Lockforce’s management systems and the web development team, as well as being provided with ongoing business and technical support as required. Find out more about investing with Lockforce via the franchise’s profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.
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