World Options franchisee joins ‘Millionaires Row’
A World Options franchisee has joined the company’s prestigious ‘Millionaires Row’, by racking up £1 million in sales in just one year.
Stuart Douglas, from Guildford, Surrey, has proved that franchising can be just as rewarding as running your own business, as his franchise of the online parcel delivery service made over £1 million in sales and an enormous £500,000 gross profit in the last year.
His hard work was recognised at the World Options national franchisee conference, where all of its franchisees from across the UK gather to celebrate each other’s successes. He was presented with the award to say thank you for his commitment to making his franchise as profitable and successful as possible.
In just four short years since becoming a franchisee for the company, Douglas has now become World Options’ highest earning franchisee. Nipping at his heels were Russ Thornton and Steve Brock from the Manchester South Franchise, as they settled for second and claimed their place on Millionaires Row too.
Stewart Butler, group CTO and founder of World Options, said how thrilled he was with how everyone in the business had been performing.
“The last 12 months have been an exciting and busy time for us, we have invested in new IT systems to help World Options franchisees become even better at what they do. And since the official opening of our offices in the USA in January 2018 we are now authorised resellers for UPS, and only the second company to do this in the USA, which is a fantastic position to be in. I would say there has never been a better time to join the World Options franchise, we have the best tools in place to help franchisees succeed and build a fantastic business for themselves.”
World Options has over 75 franchisees across the UK and is seeking to help budding entrepreneurs be as successful as those on Millionaires Row. The parcel delivery franchise provides an easy-to-use online service that offers better business rates to small and medium companies, making it possible to move their goods around quickly.
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