Envirocare announces “most attractive package” yet for would-be franchisees

Grounds maintenance chain looking for motivated individuals to join brand as it celebrates 10th year in business

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Grounds maintenance franchise Envirocare has launched its “most attractive finance package” for prospective franchisees in a move to build on its success over the last year.

Now in its 10th year of business, Envirocare is a commercial gardening business which works with a range of clients from business parks and conference centres to hospitals and universities and has a network of 16 franchisees across the UK.

It is now looking for people who are capable and “have the skills and drive required to run a busy grounds maintenance business” to join the brand and has management roles available in the long-term.

Discussing its new incentive package, Envirocare franchise manager, David Collinson, commented:

“We have appreciated for a while that buying into an Envirocare franchise business can be expensive, and many people are loath to go to banks for loans. Our unique 2015 anniversary offer will enable many more capable, and motivated franchisees to realise their dream of owning their own business.

“A down payment, three years to pay off the remainder of the cost, and a six month payment holiday when you start the business will allow many more the opportunity, and we look forward to welcoming a new influx of grounds maintenance business owners into the network over the coming months.”

To find out more about Envirocare’s franchise opportunities, click here.

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