After your initial franchise fee is paid, the rest of the estimated costs include expenses to furnish your own A Mother’s Touch Movers office and procure the necessary vehicles, equipment and tools to launch the business. Costs include professional advisory fees from 3rd parties, insurance and 3-months of working capital.
The time to open depends on how quickly you find an office location and can procure the branded vehicles needed for operation. Once you become A Mother’s Touch Movers owner, you have our full support to get you up and running quickly. We will help you evaluate marketing options, select the equipment you will need and offer step-by-step guidance to help launch your A Mother’s Touch Movers business. Once you commit to an office location and sign your lease, you should be able to open in as few as 5 to 6 months; typically, the two longest lead times are typically state licensing and building branded vehicles. We’ve negotiated supplier commitments to deliver on behalf of our owners.
No. You can hire a General Manager to run your business, but you must be a part of marketing and managing the business development.
Yes! We believe that many A Mother’s Touch Movers owners will own more than the base territory; however, your commitment to marketing and making the most of the protected territory is a must! Your interest in serving the customers with a stress-free experience; building confidence in your services is most important – hiring a great team is imperative and expected of all of our franchise owners.
If you are an Owner Operator, you will most likely start as the Operations and Marketing manager and we recommend between 2 and 3 team members depending on the area demographics and the number of vehicles used in the business. You can hire full or part-time staff as you grow to meet the demand for your A Mother’s Touch Movers company.
While we can’t answer that question directly, we will be able to share with you our Financial Performance Representation, called an Item 19 in our Franchise Disclosure Document which highlights affiliate performance and history. This can be a useful tool to help you evaluate the ROI.