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FRANCHISEFOCUS INVESTMENT: FROM £50,000 What’s in store easyStorage has a vision – to be the go-to brand for storage in the UK e


asyStorage is the only mobile storage franchise in the UK. It has two major advantages over


its self-storage competitors – it’s easier for customers and it costs much less too. Unlike self-storage companies, easyStorage provides a door-to-door collection service. Belongings are carefully loaded into large storage pods (easyPods) that are carried on specially- built vans. easyPods are taken back to a storage warehouse where they are unloaded and stacked efficiently. This results in significant savings. easyStorage customers are delighted with the service, and they love the lower prices even more.


"The bright orange of the 'easy' brand, made famous by easyJet, is instantly recognisable and a powerful asset for franchisees"


Part of the iconic ‘easy’ family of brands The bright orange ‘easy’ brand, made famous by easyJet, is instantly recognisable and trusted. This brand awareness and association is an incredibly powerful asset for franchisees as they launch and build their reputation. The easyStorage franchisee network has grown to 22 since it launched in 2018 and has been resilient through Covid. A Cushman and Wakefield report has predicted the global self-storage market will rise from £27billion in 2018 to £35.5billion in 2024. The UK is the strongest market in Europe and the lower pricing offered by easyStorage is opening the market up further. easyStorage has achieved new sales records through 2021. Digital marketing is centrally managed by an in-house team of experts.


 Richard and Steven Gill of easyStorage Hertfordshire. “We hit the road running in March 2021 and the business has been busy ever since. We enjoy the management aspect and the interaction with our customers.”


Customers may book online or call and speak to a storage solutions specialist for advice and to book collection. They may also add packing materials to their order, which are delivered ahead of collection.


State-of-the-art technology easyStorage technology ensures operational efficiency. Franchisees are provided with VAULT, a bespoke platform for managing collections, deliveries and storage. Payments for storage are collected automatically each month. As the number of easyPods in storage builds, so does the level of recurring revenue and this builds profitability.


Being an easyStorage franchisee easyStorage franchisees come from all types of career backgrounds. They include business-minded individuals, father-and-son teams, and husband-and- wife partnerships. No storage experience is needed as full training is given at the


easyStorage Academy. Franchisees don’t require their own warehouse, and may use easyStorage’s storage partners to store easyPods at preferential rates.


Discovery days If you feel you have what it takes to build a secure, profitable business, the starting point is to reserve a place on the next easyStorage Discovery Day. You will discover all you need to about the business including finances, operational aspects and the exciting territory opportunities that are currently available. Book early via the contact details below. 


EASYSTORAGE Self storage conrad.gibbons@easystorage.com easystorage.com/franchise


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Investment level: £20k-£50k


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