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Business ownership offers you the opportunity to take control of your career, finances, schedule and future. You will be your own boss, work hard for yourself, and potentially reap the rewards that business ownership can offer.
Regardless of whether you have industry or business ownership experience, you can purchase most franchises because they offer complete training, comprehensive support from the home office, a proven business system, and a product or service that has proven itself to be popular and in-demand.
Yes, but again, this can vary by franchise concept. Many franchisors will sell area or master franchises within a certain specified territory. These larger territories can be costly. If you own a single franchise and are successful, most franchisors will be pleased to sell you another territory. If you own one concept and would like to purchase another franchise from a different, unrelated brand, this is usually possible unless you plan to buy a competing concept. Make sure to read the entire franchise agreement and also have an attorney who specializes in franchise law look over the agreement before you sign it. Let your attorney know that you plan to purchase another franchise concept in the future, so he can ensure you won’t have problems.
Buying a franchise business can be extremely profitable. That said, when choosing a franchise opportunity, you’ll want to consider the things that make any business profitable. Things like overhead, startup costs, franchise fees, and ongoing training and support can eat into your profits and affect your success.
Once you purchase a franchise, you can expect to open anywhere from 2-6 months. Most of the work is already done for you in terms of designing a store, sourcing equipment, and creating marketing materials. Your franchisor should be able to provide a more accurate timeline.
Your Franchise Agreement Term is 5 years with an option for two additional 5-year terms.
Summit Property Group gives our franchisee partners an incredibly valuable system all at an affordable cost. Our model offers flexibility and will grow as your resources allow. Our initial Franchise fee is $40,000 with an ongoing royalty fee of 5% of gross sales.
The one-time initial franchise fee for Summit Property Group franchise grants the owner the exclusive rights to use the Summit Property Group name in their territory. The franchise fee also helps to offset the cost of some of the on-boarding expenses we will incur while preparing and supporting you to run your new business.
In our twenty-plus years in business, we have found that diversity is the key to a strong business, which is why there is no one set of qualities or work experience that we look for when it comes to owning a facility management services business. Our franchisees come from a variety of backgrounds, work experiences, and age groups.
There is no hiding from the fact that starting a small business takes a lot of dedication and hard work and a Summit Property Group franchise is no different. During the start-up period, our successful franchisee will roll up their sleeves and put in long hours to launch and grow their businesses. Once their business is up and running, it’s easy for you to delegate tasks and get a good routine started. Our Development team is dedicated to supporting your efforts and success.
At Summit Property Group, our commitment to franchisee training for our facility management services business opportunity is unparalleled. As a franchisee partner, you’ll enjoy our proven industry-leading training programs, starting with five days training at our home office in Calgary Alberta. There, you’ll learn business secrets and best practices. Initial training includes, Setting Up your Business, the basics and Professional and Safety Standards of the business, Operational Procedures and Marketing Systems and Sales Processes. After you return home, our Development Team will be on hand to provide additional and ongoing support.
Exclusive Territory areas are set at 100,000 in population.
Facility management (FM) is a professional management practice which concentrates on the efficient and effective delivery of a support system of an organization it serves. It helps to ensure functionality, comfort, safety and efficiency by interacting with people, place, process and technology.
Facility management is responsible for making sure everything works harmoniously together ensuring smooth operations and the facility manager is responsible for keeping the facilities alive.
Yes. Facility management can save time along with money. It will help in cutting down on the amount of time your staff is spending on overseeing the running of your facility management if you are operating in-house facility management.
Yes. Facility management is cost effective. Compared to an operating facility, management in-house can be costly. Outsourcing it, however, will not only cut down on the time your staff are spending on overseeing the running of your facility management, but also saves your money in the long-term.
Hiring an external company for managing your facilities with professionalism to ensure smooth operations is called facility management outsourcing. It comes with various benefits such as improves productivity, grows profitable, reduces business risk, etc.
Facility management is responsible for managing and maintaining the facilities during the day to day running of the business in an organization. Over the last few years, every business has identified the importance of well-managed buildings and utilities which help companies function effectively and efficiently. The team of facility management involves professionals to maintain day-to-day analysis and repair of the company utilities, eventually all these help in cutting cost and increasing employee productivity.
The Canadian Facility Management market stood at USD32.17 Billion in 2020 and is forecast to grow at a CAGR of over 6.35% until 2026 (TechSci Research).
Building maintenance includes cleaning common areas, removing trash regularly, and repairing items that are broken. It can involve inspecting, repairing, and maintaining electrical systems, heating and air conditioning systems, and other utility services.
There are five types of maintenance work which are preventive maintenance, day to day repairs, emergency repairs and servicing works.