No Letting Go takes the gold

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No Letting Go Property Inventory Management Franchise

No Letting Go is a leading supplier to the Lettings Industry, with many national customers. As the largest inventory supplier we help you to build a six-figure income, with our repeat business model.

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One of No Letting Go’s youngest franchisees has taken home the gold from the AFA awards.

The AFA (approved franchise association) Awards was a glittering night for all in the franchising world, as the leading lights in the industry came together to celebrate one another. One of the night’s well deserving winners came from property franchise No Letting Go, who took home an award that celebrated how much he has achieved at such a young age.

Dan Procter, who runs the Dartford, Gravesend & Medway location of No Letting Go, walked away with the Gold award in the Outstanding Young Franchisee category. Despite only being 25, this isn’t the first time that Dan has achieved something extraordinary. The young entrepreneur joined the business in 2016, at the tender age of 22, and became No Letting Go’s top performing franchisee by 2018.

Speaking about what has led to his incredible success, Dan explained:

“I quickly recognised where my customer pain points were and focused on delivering a service that would make their day to day lives easier. Not only do I get great support from the Head Office team, but the team within my business strive to deliver excellent service, even when we are all flat out during our peak business periods.”

After he was crowned, Dan and the other winners enjoyed a fantastic after party at the Jurys Inn, Milton Keynes. The AFA Awards were a fun evening for all invited and it gave everyone the chance to celebrate the achievements of both themselves and their peers in the franchising world.

No Letting Go offers an exciting franchise opportunity in the lucrative lettings industry, helping landlords, letting agents and property management protect themselves from damage and neglect to their properties. It’s looking for ambitious franchisees across the UK to help it grow even further.

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