Spoton.net Franchise

Finding A Better Work - Life Balance with Spoton.net

24th April 2015

Since joining Spoton.net, Garry Stewart has discovered more than just a successful business that brings job satisfaction.

When Garry started a family, he needed more flexibility than his job in marketing allowed. By taking on a Spoton.net franchise, he can fit his work in around family life.

Spoton.net - Garry Stewart"I still work just as many hours as when I was employed," he says, "but now I have far more flexibility and enjoy the things that I used to miss out on, like my children's school plays and sports days."

Recurring income

Garry chose the Spoton.net franchise for more than just the flexibility it offers. The potential to build up a recurring income was also a crucial part of his decision.

"I knew it was a risk to leave behind the safety of a salaried role," Garry says, "but one of the reasons that I chose Spoton.net is the business model – it gives me the opportunity to build a healthy residual income."

Support

Garry had little in the way of technical skills when he joined the franchise, but felt extremely confident after completing his week's training at head office.

"I was able to fully appreciate the level of support, knowledge and skills of the people that I would work with," he says. "They may be a long way from Yorkshire, but the excellent support I continue to receive means distance makes no difference."

Job satisfaction

It’s been hard work, but Garry’s found the challenge extremely fulfilling.

"I’ve proved to myself that I can run my own business, win new customers and provide them with an excellent website and level of support. The job satisfaction is far greater than I have experienced with any employed roles.

Now I have far more flexibility and enjoy the things that I used to miss out on."

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Franchise Information

BFA Membership Status
UK Years Established
6 years
Current UK Coverage
40%
Franchisee Support Staff
20
Personal Investment Req.
£6,000
Total Startup Cost
£12,495
Home-based business location Home-based business location
Business to business services Business to business services
Franchisee operates individually Franchisee operates individually

Why Choose Us?

Complete business package, including financial and marketing business plans

What Our Franchisees Say

After researching a variety of companies, it was Spoton.net that really appealed to me as viable and sustainable franchise business. Most of the other franchises I researched simply wern't commercially well-thought out and/or didn't have a range of products that I felt would be in high enough demand.

Phil Revill, Nottingham

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