Really Awesome Coffee has revealed the four biggest advantages of joining its mobile franchise network.
The coffee van franchise has been conveniently delivering steaming beverages and tasty snacks to customers across the UK since 2010. Now, it’s looking to expand its fleet of eye-catching vans by taking on new franchisees - and it’s revealed four key reasons you should consider its lucrative mobile opportunity:
1. You don’t have to find and splash out on expensive business premises
A Really Awesome Coffee business can be run from a van; you take it straight to your customers. Avoiding the overheads associated with a ‘brick-and-mortar’ business gives investors a huge financial advantage and reduces the risk of failure.
2. Low running costs don’t mean lower earnings
Some people believe the less you spend on a franchise contract, the lower your take-home pay will be. This isn’t true, and Really Awesome Coffee can back up its claim:
"We have seen our South Lanarkshire franchise partner achieve earnings within their first year of trade to enable them to add a second, and then a third coffee van."
You’ll avoid spending money on expensive retail premises, utilities and staff salaries, so you’ll be able to keep your overheads low and boost your profits.
3. Vans offer flexibility
You won’t be limited to a single location or working schedule. In fact, there could be many opportunities to make changes to your business, as Really Awesome Coffee explains:
"During the COVID-19 lockdown, most of our franchise partners adapted to offering home deliveries, again proving the flexibility of a van-based business."
4. You’ll see new faces every day
As the owner of a van-based franchise unit, you’ll be on the road visiting your customers most of the time. You’ll have the chance to meet new people and even make friends as a Really Awesome Coffee franchisee.
To find out more about joining this thriving franchise, you can book a spot at one of its upcoming virtual Discovery Days. You can also learn more about the opportunity on its profile page, via the link above.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©