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JoeS
06-30-2015, 06:16 AM
Hi

I am wondering about the relevance of franchising and appropriate benefits. I have been contacted by Mr Electric about becoming a franchisee and wondered whether it was worth it or not. I've added a thread on some electricians forums but wanted to get a more business perspective to see whether it was worth buying a franchise.

I'm currently working for myself as an electrician but I am unsure which route to take, Franchise or not?

I contacted Mr Electric to see what they have to offer and it seems good. Iíve spoken to them 5 times now and for an £18,000 fee I seem to get a lot including help with starting my business and lots of training. Basically lots of help with things I am bad at.

It seems good but Iím not ready to take the plunge just yet as I like to get advice from various places before committing to a decision.

Could anyone provide information on the Mr Electric franchise and perhaps franchising in general to help me make my mind up?

Thanks

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01-09-2021, 06:02 AM
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bismarc123
04-22-2021, 05:33 AM
I heard about this, quite an interesting project, if we consider that electricians today have become more relevant due to the quarantine when many electrical transformers are overloaded with high voltage due to the number of devices. It is in this way that we once had an electric meter knocked out due to overload. We called specialists from Bates Electric (https://bates-electric.com/), and they explained to us the relevance of this profession, salary, and what difficulties you can face in this case.