What makes owning a franchise so terrific?
Better yet, what makes owning a Spoiled Rotten Photography business so terrific?
Let’s find out.
Let’s talk money.
To begin with, total upfront costs for a franchise range anywhere from around $35,000 all the way up to $100 million or more for a high-end hotel franchise.
That said, most of the franchise opportunities I run across have total investment costs of $150,000-$250,000. Now for the good news.
Total upfront costs for a Spoiled Rotten Photography franchise ranges from $31,500 to $48,300. That’s super-reasonable.
I know what you’re thinking. “Why is a Spoiled Rotten Photography franchise so inexpensive?”
Because there’s no need for you to lease a commercial space; Spoiled Rotten Photography franchise owners don’t need a full-fledged photography studio!
How great is that?
How many businesses specialize in creating smiles?
In this case, not only am I referring to the beautiful smiles your subjects (children) make when they’re being photographed, but the smiles on the faces of those close to you who receive the one-of-a-kind pictures. How does that sound?
Here’s another way to think about it:
You’ll be in charge of making people smile.
And you’ll be paid to do it!
But not as an employee.
As an owner.
The importance of local businesses being involved in the community can’t be overstated.
According to Michigan’s M3 Group, “Businesses that show an active interest toward being involved in the community often distinguish themselves from competitors – and many benefits can come as a result, such as a happier workforce or a more loyal customer base.”
But getting involved in your community (as a small business owner) needs to be done in an unselfish way.
In other words, your community needs to reap the rewards of your efforts, first. Then if your business happens to benefit from the exposure, terrific.
Here are a few examples of how Spoiled Rotten Photography franchisees get involved in their local communities.
Finally, if you like what you hear so far, but you aren’t quite sure how to put the pieces together to own a Spoiled Rotten Photography franchise, read how Alpharetta, Georgia franchisee, Patricia Mesi, structured her photography franchise business.
“Having come from a corporate background where my schedule was dictated to me, I love the freedom and flexibility that being a part of Spoiled Rotten allows in my life. The icing on the cake is also being a partner in this business with my sister and best friend. Don’t believe the hype that you can’t work with family. Joining forces with someone who has the same goals, and values can make you an unstoppable team!”
Could joining forces with a family member or a close friend be the path for you to start a Spoiled Rotten Photography franchise?
For you to have more freedom and flexibility in your life?
For you to finally take control of your future?
In conclusion, this may be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.
But there’s only one way to find out.
(This was written by The Franchise King®, Joel Libava. He’s the author of two franchise books, is a Franchise Ownership Advisor, and helps emerging franchises get the word out about their exciting businesses.)