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Two franchisees describe their excellent experience with thebestof INVESTMENT LEVEL: £8,500


franchisees just fi ve days later. We now have over 70 clients and a residual income of £5,500 a month. We can only say it has been the most amazingly fun experience that we have ever had running a business.”


almost 10 years and my husband Phil left the corporate world and joined me in the business four years ago. We run the business with two full-time members of staff and are currently recruiting for a new team member.


Adrian and Amanda Keeling A


drian Keeling and his wife Amanda run thebestof Woking. “We


attended an information day and


met head of thebestof Michelle Downey, and what a fascinating day it was. The whole concept is well thought-out and fun as well. The support infrastructure is amazing. It’s clear that they really care about their franchisees. We purchased the franchise for our home town of Woking and were on the next induction day for new


Debi and Phil Fellone


thebestof Marketing


D What is it?


In a ‘nutshell’ thebestof franchisees find the best businesses in their local area and then, using a suite of marketing tools unique to thebestof, showcase and promote them.


Founded in 2005


thebestof was founded in 2005 by serial entrepreneur Nigel Botterill (left). Now with a 10 year track record and more than 150 franchise territories, it is one of the UK’s success stories. The team have won numerous awards along the way.


ebi Fellone owns thebestof Bury with her husband Phil. “I have been a franchisee with thebestof for


www.getthebestof.co.uk tellmemore@thebestof.co.uk 0121 765 5556


“The help and support we get from the team is exceptional. As a business we don’t sit still, there are always new innovations being delivered and we always seem to be one step ahead of any competitors. The friendly ‘can-do’ attitude of the head offi ce team is fantastic and we have some great franchisees in the network.”


Probably the BEST Franchise Opportunity in the UK today


Residual income is a beautiful thing


Charging a minimum of £99 per month for their services, thebestof franchisees grow their business ensuring an income even if they spend August on holiday!


More than just a website


thebestof offer a full suite of marketing solutions. Social media, networking events, outdoor media, customer interaction, newsletters, direct marketing and finally a website with great SEO. A must in marketing for local businesses.


£72,000 by the end of the year is very achievable!


Stuart Pate, franchisee for thebestof Kettering since 2005 says “The earning potential is very simple. It’s very black and white: if you get 5 businesses per month, that will get you £72,000 by the end of the year plus £15,000 in sign up fees.


Residual income is the key. It means that you do not have to think about how to earn each month because your income comes from monthly membership payments from your local businesses. I love it!


To make 2016 your year for residual income Call Rosie today on 0121 765 5556 or visit www.getthebestof.co.uk


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