Our franchisees must serve as true leaders of their business, build amazing cultures, sell aggressively, make great personnel decisions, create a lean operating environment and manage their business in an ethical manner. If this sounds like you, we want to talk.
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Our best performing franchise owners exude positivity and are great problem solvers. Business ownership requires a franchisee to serve in a leadership role and we believe the best leaders are critical thinkers that are high on life.
We prefer franchise candidates that have prior management experience with an emphasis on day to day supervision of blue-collar workers. This is not required but definitely preferred.
A franchisee will sign a 10-year contract after being awarded the rights to a territory. The legal contract is important, but our preference is for the personal relationship between us and the franchisee to serve an even greater importance. We strive to treat our franchisees like family and want franchisees to think of us in a similar manner.
A great franchisee has an entrepreneurial mindset with a strong sense of long-term success. In other words, the best franchisee will do just about anything to grow her business. Whether it’s speaking to a group of people or scrubbing a floor, the perfect franchisee will use her passion to do whatever it takes to build an amazing business every single day.
We believe that every great business starts with a grand vision towards the future. We want our franchisees to know the purpose behind their business starting from day one. Quite frankly, you can’t know if you’re going in the right direction if you don’t know where you’re going in the first place. Thinking big and dreaming about the future is a requirement.
Every great entrepreneur built his business for a reason. A business does more than make money, it solves a life problem for the owner. We want Two Maids to solve a problem for our franchisees’ life.