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Franchise ideas: Five low-cost franchises to kick-start your business career

A key concern that many aspiring franchisees have is how much it will cost to set up their franchise.

Fortunately, there are several exciting franchise opportunities out there to get you started at a reasonably low rate. Here are just five of them:

1. Husse Swedish Pet Foods

Husse Swedish Pet Foods franchise

Swedish pet food franchise Husse (pronounced ‘Hoosa’) has expanded rapidly since it was established in 1987. The organisation offers premium pet foods primarily for cats and dogs and delivers its products to over 300,000 clients. Having already enjoyed success worldwide in 40 countries, Husse recently expanded into Scotland.

The Scotland franchise areas include Aberdeen and Perthshire. For £8,000, franchisees can have their own exclusive area for five years and full training is provided.

Click here to find out more about owning a Husse franchise.

2. With Thanks

With Thanks franchise

The With Thanks franchise was established in 2012 and sells sweets and other confectionary items from visually appealing display boxes. These can be situated in shops, workplaces and leisure centres.

The upfront cost is only around £4,000 including VAT and the owner of With Thanks, Barnack Confectionary Ltd., is one of the biggest names in the industry. In order to help franchisees get started, the first 350 boxes are delivered free of charge to the franchisee and support is always available.

Click here to find out more about owning a With Thanks franchise.

3. Telcoinabox

Telcoinabox franchise

Telcoinabox was established in 2010 and allows franchisees to simply and easily set up their own telecoms business. The industry as a whole is growing, and Telcoinabox’s franchisees have produced £50 million in revenue across the world.

The total investment of this franchise is around £9,000 to £11,000, with full training at the Telcoinabox head offices. Franchisees can also receive their own branded website and business cards, as well as continuing support from the Telcoinabox team.

Click here to find out more about owning a Telcoinabox franchise.

4. Fast Fitz

Fast Fitz franchise

Fast Fitz became a franchise in 2013 and has become a key player in the vehicle towbar fitting industry. The franchise currently operates across North-West England and North Wales, with plans to expand further into the UK and Ireland.

Franchisees for Fast Fitz will receive training both at head office and on their own dedicated patch. The total investment of the franchise is around £12,500 and franchisees will also be provided with a manual, web presence, and an initial launch programme to start getting business immediately.

Click here to find out more about owning a Fast Fitz franchise.

5. Snack in the Box

Snack in the Box Limited franchise

As its name suggests, Snack in the Box is a vending franchise offering a variety of services from large machines to drinks coolers. These can be installed in businesses on a flexible basis, so franchisees can find the right solution for their clients.

For an investment of around £20,000, franchisees can expect full training, support, and marketing assistance as well as being able to sell some large brands including Mars and Walkers. Branded uniforms and vehicles will also be available and there are around 80 territories to get into.

Click here to find out more about owning a Snack in the Box franchise.

These are just some of the low-cost franchise options available to anyone looking for a change in their careers or a new challenge. See what other opportunities are available here.

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Sandy Purewal

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