Computer repair business opportunity


Franchise facts

Sector:
Computer repair
Key info:
PC repair, turnkey, discount franchise
Franchise costs:
£15k for the first five successful applicants, then £25k
Potential earnings:
Expect £200k in your second year with profit exceeding £45k
Computer repair business opportunity

A rapidly growing computer support franchise is, for a limited time only, slashing the price of its business opportunity.

The founder, Hamish Robertson, explains what Robertson Technologies franchisees can expect for their money – which will amount to an initial £15k instead of £25k for the first five successful applicants.

Beyond that Hamish intends to recruit a staggering further 75 franchisees.

Most of our competitors want to service clients remotely and only provide on-site support in an emergency; we work in reverse and go to clients’ offices every month to proactively deal with any problems

In just a few years Robertson Technologies has become a £300k-turnover business with a 50-client portfolio.

Adam Bannister: So, Hamish, what’s the secret behind your success?

Hamish Robertson: Most of our competitors want to service clients remotely and only provide on-site support in an emergency. We work in reverse and go to clients’ offices every month to service their IT systems and proactively deal with any problems that staff have.

If they need us at any other time we are only a phone call away, but by keeping their systems well-serviced we reduce the number of issues they tend to face.

AB: What are you looking for in franchisees?

HR: The people I’m looking for don’t need strong IT skills, they need a desire to grow a successful business and in turn they will employ staff with the correct IT expertise to manage customers effectively.

Our franchise offer is a great opportunity for ambitious people to make a proven model in this growing market work for them. Already we’ve had a lot of interest from potential candidates.

AB: So, why the special offer?

HR: This special offer was in recognition that lending criteria are still tight across the UK and I want to make sure that the right people don’t miss out on the opportunity to enter into partnership with one of the country’s most innovative technology companies.

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Adam Bannister 
Adam Bannister writes for all titles in the Dynamis stable including BusinessesForSale.com, FranchiseSales.com and PropertySales.com as well as other industry publications.