After less than a year in business, the pest control franchise left the National Franchise Exhibition with a new franchisee and five strong leads hoping to attend an upcoming discovery session.
PGH Beegone launched in December 2020, and its approach for recruitment has been cautious and deliberate, only accepting a low number of franchisees in the first year to allow for a strong foundation to be formed. The first branch of the pest control franchise is based in Bury St Edmunds, and launched at the end of April. Owner David Hasler is thrilled to announce that in this time, PGH Beegone Bury St Edmunds has managed to outperform its targets and attain £120,000 in sales within its first six months.
Following the National Franchise Exhibition on October 1st and 2nd, held at the NEC Birmingham, PGH Beegone is thrilled to welcome a new franchisee, who will be operating in the southern Birmingham area. Five strong leads are also planning on attending an upcoming discovery session with the franchise.
Of the success of the franchise and its continual ramping up, PGH Beegone’s Peter Higgs said, “The franchise is really gaining momentum now, we put a lot of time and effort into getting PGH Beegone Bury St Edmunds up and running and profitable, and will do the same with our next franchisees. The National Franchise Exhibition was a great platform for us, and made me personally even more excited for what’s to come.”
If you’d like to join the growing and supportive PGH Beegone network, you can become a franchisee for a minimum initial investment of £15,600, with a total investment cost of £34,500. The expected revenue for a franchisee after two years is an impressive £220,000. Find out more about PGH Beegone via its profile page, linked above.
Cara Squires, Point Franchise ©