Work for yourself while managing the inherent risk of entrepreneurship.
If you’re reading Entrepreneur, you’re probably interested in giving up the 9 to 5 to start working for yourself. But leaving a secure job and jumping out on your own can be scary.
Some thing, investing in a franchise can help make the transition a bit easier, because you can lean on a successful company’s support system or pick other franchisees’ brains. The only problem is that many franchises are too expensive, making it hard for many people to invest.
For example, you might like the idea of owning a fast-food franchise, but most people don’t have seven figures to drop on a McDonald’s.
ANAGO CLEANING SYSTEMS
Entrepreneur Franchise 500 Rank: 84
Initial investment: $10,518 to $65,576
Initial franchise fee: $4,590 to $32,348
New units in 2016: 132 units (+10.0 percent)
Anago Cleaning Systems has two different franchising options — a unit franchise, which operates a cleaning business, and a master franchise, which oversees several unit franchises. If you’re looking for the more accessible price tag, then you might want to check out the unit franchise. Not only does it cost less than almost every other business on Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 list, but you can save more because you don’t need to rent a truck or office space. You can even keep your supplies in your normal work vehicle.
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