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Maximise your returns with a high-level investment franchise, says Flora Neighbour


daunting prospect for many, investing a large lump sum of money into any venture can be hindered by worry. However, merging a tried-


and-tested system like a franchise with time, capital and commitment can lead to a successful business. Plus, the profits from purchasing £80,000-plus franchises can be enormous, too.


Unlike a startup, a franchise comes with the support and training of a franchisor, or the team at head office. You’ll have a wealth of experience behind you from the start, helping you to avoid any pitfalls and hopefully eliminate failure. Ellie Tidy, Guinot franchise development manager, explained: “Retail franchises like Guinot fall into the high-investment level category because of the cost of the property and the refurbishment and shop-fit required. The benefits of a retail franchise are numerous, and includes long-term activity on the high street, making a name for yourself in the community, as well as a physical bricks and mortar building to trade from, giving the franchisee the opportunity for considerable capital gain when they come to sell the business.” With high investments come high


rewards. Here, three successful high-level investment franchisees reveal why they decided to aim high and inspire those interested in doing the same…


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