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Investment: £10k-£20k


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and B&Q) allowing you to operate on designated car parks. You won’t have to go out and fi nd work – it fi nds you! All franchise territories are professionally mapped out and each one gives the same excellent income opportunity. The franchisees receive leads from Optic-Kleer’s national and local advertising, and its online presence with their own web page. Therefore, work comes to the franchisee as the brand is well recognised, respected and has an excellent reputation.


“Optic-Kleer is planning to bring on board and train a further 20 franchisees over the next 12 months.”


A Kleer opportunity


Established as a franchise business in 1991, Optic-Kleer is going from strength to strength


INVESTMENT LEVEL: FROM £15,000 O


ptic-Kleer is one of the largest independent windscreen- repair-only companies in the UK. It off ers high quality repairs to private and


corporate customers, and has a well- deserved reputation for excellence of customer service. The repairs are normally at no cost to the customer (subject to insurance cover). With franchisees all over the UK, Optic-Kleer is truly at the head of an incredible industry that has customers returning all the time. Managing director, David Overton, explained: “I bought my own franchise area from Optic-Kleer in 2009. I loved running my own franchise and became the franchise manager. When the opportunity arose back in 2014 for me to own the Optic-Kleer company, I jumped


at the chance and I am now a very proud franchisor.” With over 28 million cars on the road and one-in-fi ve of them having a chipped windscreen, there is never a shortage of work, and in addition to this Optic-Kleer has very little competition in the market. With an Optic-Kleer franchise you are never alone. Not only are you trained how to repair windscreens, the franchisor sets up the business for you including your company and vat registration. Plus you will have ongoing day-to-day support from their head offi ce in Boston. Once you have fi nished training, Optic-Kleer has an established market which means you will earn from day one.


Optic-Kleer has national contracts with most of the UK supermarket and DIY chains (including Tesco, Morrisons


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This franchise could potentially suit anyone, as Optic-Kleer gives you full training and support. Optic-Kleer has people from all walks of life, from white- collar workers who wanted to get away from the corporate environment, to shop assistants who wanted to be their own boss. David said: “Amongst other things, a successful franchisee needs to be passionate about the brand, professional both in outlook and appearance, have a strong desire to succeed and be a good communicator.” Optic-Kleer currently has just under 40 franchisees based all over the UK. To continue the growth of the business and to complete its national coverage, Optic-Kleer is planning to bring on board and train a further 20 franchisees over the next 12 months. Territories are available across the UK, however, Optic-Kleer is looking to expand, but not limited to, its presence in the North West.


David commented: “We know that the most important thing to customers is convenience. With Optic-Kleer, customers do not have to make an appointment to have their windscreen repaired as the business is based at supermarkets and DIY stores, so they do not have to wait at home for their appointment, they can come along and have their windscreen repaired while they shop.”


Optic-Kleer Van-based automotive


www.optic-kleer.co.uk/franchise info@optic-kleer.co.uk 01205 311 132


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