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FRANCHISEFOCUS INVESTMENT: FROM £38,000 On Guard! Meet Cava Guard – the leading UK security franchise W


ant a piece of the £12billion security industry? A business opportunity with number-


one security franchise Cava Guard could be the answer. Cava Guard is part of Cava Security Services Ltd, founded in 2005. Founder Richard Payton started from his spare bedroom and grew to be one of the leading security service businesses in the Midlands. Richard had a vision to see his brand throughout the UK and help people like him who are willing to put a lot of effort into achieving their goals. To do that he created Cava Guard Group and offered it to franchisees nationally. He is now looking to go to the next step and have a presence throughout the nation. Business Franchise talks to Cava Guard about this unique opportunity.


"Important attributes are energy, motivation to succeed and the willingness to learn"


What does Cava Guard do? What does a franchisee’s day look like? Cava provide all types of security solutions to a huge and still expanding sector. These solutions include, but are not limited to:  Manned guarding  Concierge service  Key holding  Response to alarm or CCTV activation or the premises being breached


 Event security  CCTV installation and maintenance  CCTV monitoring and much more


In terms of the franchise opportunity,


we are offering a management model predominantly. However, this also works for someone who wants to be hands-on to get the business up and running. Security


is a £12billion industry and is growing, so the market holds plenty of opportunity.


What qualities do you need to run a Cava Guard franchise? An ideal candidate would be from a security or facilities management company but that is no barrier to succeeding in this expanding market. More important attributes are energy, motivation to succeed, positive engagement with potential clients, commercial awareness, the ability to use social media and digital resources to generate enquiries and the willingness to learn.


What about support and training? We provide a very comprehensive training schedule including time with our officers to understand the services we provide. Plus a big initial marketing campaign in conjunction with our marketing partners. On an ongoing basis, we provide a full service support, including the back office support needed. We will invoice for our franchisees and even chase debtors for them. Using our experience with our current franchisees we will provide all the back up and ongoing training needed. We also offer an optional marketing budget of two per cent of turnover to


assist with their pipeline that they will hopefully convert to sales. Plus our franchise package includes the following as standard: Licence fee, exclusive territory, rolling franchise agreement, two-week induction training, ‘on-the-job’ induction training, industry training, product training, business mentoring, technical support, back office support, invoicing and credit control support, telephone answering support, recruitment assistance including interviews, security screening for you and your team, uniform and equipment, and access to preferential vehicle leasing rates and terms.


What’s the financial lowdown? Our franchise costs £38,000 + vat and we anticipate another £12,000 working capital. The initial fee can be funded by several banks including several high-street banks/lenders. We anticipate a franchisee will be producing income within two to three months 


CAVA GUARD Security 01527 5999 66 cavasecurity.co.uk workwithus@cavasecurity.co.uk


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Investment level: £20k-£50k


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