Want to Franchise?
The opportunity is open, take your part in contribution for the vision of the UCMAS Abacus & Mental Arithmetic Academy
1. Access to capital
This is somewhat overcome as commercial banks and development corporations recognize the lower risk profile of franchising and consequently prefer financing a franchisee. Financiers know they have a “safety net” in the franchiser who has tested and fine-tuned the franchised system.
2. Experience of the franchiser
Our franchise package comes along with years of experience and proven methods. This eliminates many of the start-up problems and enables someone with little or no experience in a particular industry to become part thereof.
The franchiser provides both initial and ongoing training to a new franchisee. This helps to prepare the franchisee in all facets of the business. This method of skills transfer takes place at all levels i.e. Management training, technique training, preview, promotion, presentation, as well as employees’ training at all levels. This is a particular benefit for people who do not have the experience, knowledge or the skills of Mental Arithmetic, which they wish, to enter. Upon approval of an application, signing of the franchise agreement and the successful purchase of your franchise, the franchisee and/or employees will undergo an intensive training course. During training, all aspects of the company’s unique and specially developed computer programs, all legal aspects of the business and the marketing of the business is discussed in detail.
The franchiser provides the franchisee with ongoing assistance throughout their term of business relationship. In addition, the franchiser is also in a position to provide continuous research and development, contributing to new products and services.
5. Business synergy
Purchasing a franchise means to become part of a “family ” where all members work together for the good of the whole, all franchisees contribute and share ideas for the benefit of the franchise. Maintaining and upholding clearly defined operating procedures and quality standards is the key to a successful franchisee.