21 year-old Home and Dry franchisee sees business go “from strength to strength” 10 months after launch
Cleaning chain intends to use success of latest franchise recruit to attract other budding entrepreneurs
Domestic cleaning franchise Home and Dry is encouraging other young people to consider franchising as an option following the success of its youngest franchisee; 21 year-old Amy Hackett.
Hackett, who joined the chain in 2011 as an apprentice and then worked as an office assistant, signed as a franchisee in February and claims her business has “gone from strength to strength” over the last 10 months.
Said to demonstrate the growing opportunities available in franchising, Home and Dry is now keen to recruit other prospective franchisees to its nationwide network.
Established in 2002, Home and Dry specialises in cleaning and offers a range of services including domestic cleaning, commercial cleaning, dry cleaning, carpet cleaning, laundry and ironing and more.
It has full-time and part-time franchise packages available for a “low entry cost” which includes full ongoing training and “huge earning potential”.
Discussing the growth of her franchise venture, Hackett said:
“[Franchisors] Steph and Julia work so hard and care so much about their franchisees that I know I am always supported- however, they do not micro-manage and I have the perfect balance of freedom and support needed to let both myself and my business blossom.”