- The earning potential will vary depending on the amount of time you have to devote to your business and the business model you choose. You can run your eDivert business on a full-time or part-time basis. We advise franchisees to spend at least 15 to 20 hours a week on their business. Some of those hours will need to be during business hours, as you are
- As an example, with 20 chargeable hours per week, you could turnover £30,000 per year if you work on your own, or a £96,000 if you work full-time and outsource some of your work to the franchise network.
- Alternatively if you are looking to expand your business and have staff on board, your turnover can easily increase into six-digit figures.
- The brilliance of the eDivert business model lies in the fact that there are two types of customers. On the one hand, franchisees will win customers who will stay with them for years. These are customers that typically use Customer Support Service. Due to the level of trust required and expertise built up while working with the customer, companies stay with eDivert for the long term. On the other hand, you will win high-value contracts that are on a project basis. These contracts are brilliant to give your business a quick cash injection. In the training you will learn how to attract either type of customer.
- Stephanie, our franchisee in Liverpool, works approximately 20 hours a week. She signed her first customer up within 6 weeks of launching her business. This particular customer is spending on average £900 a month with Stephanie. Due to the type of work that Stephanie is offering, the client is likely to stay on board for an average of 3 to 5 years.
- Lyndsey, our franchisee in Wigan, only works 20 hours a week. Within 6 months she had earned back her investment and was turning over £1500 a month, with a variety of 5 different customers.
* The figures set forth in this illustration indicate the turnover levels which have been experienced by the franchisor in its own operations, as well as the franchisees on average in the last profit and loss accounts supplied to the franchisor. There is no guarantee that you will achieve the same results, nor is it intended that you should rely on them as a warranty or guarantee of what you will achieve.