If you’ve watched Discover Britain on Sky TV recently you may have seen co-founder Paul Harrison talking about The Travel Franchise.
The programme has invited on some of the UK’s highly regarded entrepreneurs to tell viewers about business opportunities within a variety of industries. The Travel Franchise was an obvious choice due to our record sales and expansion.
Having won numerous awards as the UK’s number one travel franchise for those new to the industry, Paul told Sky viewers about the business model which helps people change their career and set up a business from home.
“99 percent of franchises are looking for existing travel agents who will work under their umbrella. We do the opposite – we teach people from scratch. We don’t sell you a franchise, we go into business partnership.
We want to go on the journey with you.
To teach, train and mentor you, giving you everything you need to be successful.”
Watch a clip from the show below
In the clip above, Paul points out three USPs:
1/ The Money Back Challenge
An incentive where if you hit a certain amount of sales in a year, you get your franchise fee back.
This is absolutely unique, not just in travel but in UK franchising. It’s an opportunity to be successful twice over, with a business that ends up costing nothing to start.
2/ The Partners in Travel programme
This enables you to joint venture with schools, charities and local businesses to become their official travel partner and tap into a larger audience of potential customers.
Watch the short video below to find out more about how it works.
3/ Business Development Managers:
As someone new to travel, you’ll need a support system.
So we make sure every franchisee gets a dedicated coach to help and mentor you if and when you need it.
And did you know we have the highest ratio of business development support to franchisees in the industry?
So, does this sound interesting?
Watch our Discovery Tour, then book a chat with Paul to discuss the range of franchise packages available.
The right one for you will have startup costs from £2995 to £50,000, depending on your goals and personal situation.