In the first half of 2021, the franchise has seen considerable expansion, and there’s still room for more.
First established in 2014, Lockforce has been growing and developing for the past seven years, and in 2021, six new franchisees have been welcomed into the ranks of the locksmith franchise from a huge range of backgrounds. Franchisees have come from law enforcement, rail, military and carpentry backgrounds into a role with Lockforce.
They all had one important thing in common: The strong desire to be their own boss and call their own shots. And with the help of Lockforce’s experienced network and proven business model, this was possible for them. In the words of Franchise Recruitment Manager Gayle Baker, “It’s a very exciting time in Lockforce, the franchisees are achieving amazing sales growth and our reviews are second to none in the industry. We have over 5,000 five star reviews.”
Sean Bailey, franchisee at Lockforce Darlington, shared his story, saying, “I left the Army in 2014 and settled into a job. I then started my own locksmith business in my spare time. I was doing OK but joining Lockforce in 2017 has transformed my business and I am now looking to take it to a new level. In the first 6 months with Lockforce I had earned more than in the previous year on my own!! If I could turn back the clock I would have joined Lockforce when I first left the Army.”
To join this well-reviewed and respected network of locksmiths, you won’t need any previous experience in the industry. You will, however, need to be driven and hard-working - a lover of variety with a strong desire to succeed. If that sounds like you, you can become a Lockforce franchisee for a minimum investment of £14,995. After two years, your expected revenue in your role will sit at £50,000, with plenty of room to keep growing and developing. Find out more about Lockforce via the franchise’s profile page, which you’ll find linked above.
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