InXpress: business franchise thriving amidst coronavirus crisis

By Sarah Stowe | 02 Apr 2020 View comments

InXpress is one business that is working through the coronavirus crisis, helping to keep the wheels of industry turning.

Country manager James Buck explains.

Business franchise thriving

“Being a tech-enabled business means that our staff and franchisees can continue to conduct business remotely. It means our backend operational and administration functions remain in a state of ‘business as usual’.”

Despite some customers being affected by the crisis, as this franchise is a business to business model, there are still goods to deliver.

“Our core carrier partners utilise their own in house planes and delivery vehicles, so while commercial airlines are minimising flights making availability difficult we are able to continue business as usual for our customers utilising space on non-commercial planes and vans.”

Even with borders closing, the transport and logistics industry is exempt from restrictions.

The InXpress franchise model delivers a reliable income while focusing on driving more customer acquisitions and a higher retention level.

Buck says “The growth in the express industry has continued to be positive even during the pandemic so it is a great industry to be in.”

What you need to be an InXpress franchisee

You can get into business as an InXpress franchisee for less than $70,000.

Full training is provided so you don’t nee to have logistics experience.

Here’s what you do need:

  • High energy levels
  • Ambition to build a business
  • Financial goals
  • Passion to succeed in sales