Two low cost business franchises with a solid track record
If you’re looking for a business with low costs and with a track record that demonstrates business viability, check out these two options: InXpress and Aussie.
InXpress franchisees are global shipping specialists helping small and medium businesses book their domestic and global shipments
Founded in 1999 and in 2009 in Australia, InXpress today has more than 400 franchises around the world and a well-established partnership with courier firms such as DHL, TNT, Toll, Startrack, and UPS.
This means the logistics business can deliver highly competitive rates to its customers, giving franchisees a competitive edge in the market.
Incoming franchisees need no experience in the freight industry because there’s an intensive introductory and ongoing training program provided. There’s no inventory, vehicle or warehousing required either and to start with, no staff, so ongoing costs remain low. Of course as business grows there is the opportunity to build a team.
Additional benefits include a passive income stream.
At Aussie, a business that is almost 30 years old, has a loan book of $70 billion managed through a network of 1000 brokers and 220 stores around Australia.
The mortgage broking business is led by CEO James Symond along with a very experienced executive leadership team and provides franchisees with training and mentoring, a competitive commission structure, an exclusive territory, and opportunities for additional revenue streams.
The Aussie team will help new franchisees set up, and provide the first leads to get the business up and running.
And there’s a special franchise buyers’ deal with a June 30 2021 deadline: the franchise fee of $45,000 is reduced to $22,500; there is a $30,000 fitout contribution and a store broker start-up incentive for the first six months can help you build your team. Terms and conditions apply.