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Mr. Handyman Will Help Franchisees Win Commercial Accounts


This franchisor seems to get it.

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{Full disclosure; I help Mr. Handyman find great franchise owners, and receive a finder's fee from them for doing so.}

Service Brands International, out of Ann Arbor, has done a fine job with their franchise concepts.

They are always looking for ways to add revenue;

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They want to launch a "national accounts"
program, in which the franchise would become the preferred provider of
repair and maintenance work for businesses with multiple locations. A
pilot is already being tested at Wyndham Hotel Group properties in
three states.

Some franchisees are a little wary, though. They feel that corporate won't charge enough for these accounts, which will add low-profit time to their schedules.

If I was a franchisee, I would be excited about the possibilities. Wouldn't you?

The Wall Street Journal online just wrote an article about The Mr. Handyman idea.


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