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New Franchise Introducing…


…Express Business Group UK – a low-cost, all-inclusive franchise in multiple services


Reece Arcon


Reece Arcon has experienced fi rst-hand the challenges new business owners face when starting out on their own. There’s often huge capital outlay which usually results in a large bank loan, little support, a need for costly marketing and advertising and an exhausting list of additional overheads!


“Running my own business at a young age made me think, wouldn’t it be amazing


if someone could off er a business that incorporates all you need to get started, including ongoing support, at an aff ordable price,” Reece said. It was in that moment that the idea of Express Business Group was born. Reece took this simple idea and turned it into a multi-million dollar international franchise company. Partnering with Peter R Scutts, they became the dynamic duo who founded Express Business Group and developed the entire franchise system. After conducting stringent industry research, developing training programs, and designing the complete franchise package, their hard work was realised when the doors to the Express international head offi ce opened and the very fi rst Express Business Group franchisees started their businesses in 2010. “We started from the bottom and did everything ourselves and, when we saw the very fi rst businesses launched, we knew that Express would help countless people realise their dreams through our low cost all inclusive franchises,” Reece said. Six years on and Express has now launched in the UK, opening their fi rst offi ces under the hand selected multi master franchisors who mirror Reece’s passion for small business and the drive he demonstrates to always achieve


more. “Our multi master franchisors who are driving the growth and development of Express in the UK are a group of motivated, enthusiastic individuals who love what they do,” Reece said. In the last six years, Express has helped


more than 3,000 people in three continents achieve their dreams by earning £500 to £2,000 per week, from investing as little as £3,950 and following the Express system. Express has developed over 30 diff erent services across four divisions; home services, maintenance services, professional services, and fi tness and self development services. Express is one of the fastest growing franchises in the world. Whilst Express continues to grow extensively, Reece still connects personally with franchisees and investors, and is always accessible. “At Express, we care about all people in our network and, even as we continue to grow, I will always make time to answer any questions franchisees may have,” Reece said.


“Express has helped more than 3,000 people in three continents...”


Confi dent that the Express systems can translate internationally, Reece Arcon has successfully launched Express Business Group in Australia, New Zealand and the US, and is now determined to see Express Business Group become a household name in the UK.


His passion for business has always been based on his love of helping people and this is evident even now, six years on. Motivated individuals in the UK can now take advantage of the Express Business Group way of doing business. Most people who join Express Business Group have had little or no experience in running their own business and benefi t from the personal and practical support of their committed, success-driven team. Express focus on helping individuals experience the satisfaction of self- employment, the benefi ts of group support and the fulfi lment of achieving their personal goals. So what are you waiting for? Join one of the fastest growing franchise companies today.


An Express Car Cleaning franchisee at work


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66 | BusinessFranchise.com | June 2016


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