Being a We Make Footballers Franchise owner is rewarding work that builds a long term investment for you and your family. It can be enjoyed and nurtured for years to come or built and sold to the next passionate entrepreneur.
Some of our franchisees are incredibly ambitious and are working hard to open multiple academies across many territories way ahead of their franchise targets. Some of our franchise owners are more relaxed, and enjoy meeting their franchise goals at a pace that suits their lifestyle while delivering what is required of them as part of owning a We Make Footballers franchise. Whichever speed you want to go, running a We Make Footballers franchise will always require hard work, focus and dedication.
While every franchise has their own approach to managing their franchise – we have clear and consistent processes that ensure each franchise is successfully managed. Below we have outlined a general, illustrative overview of what it’s like running a We Make Footballers franchise in the first few years of operation. After 2-4 years, should you meet your assigned targets, we expect the business to be able to support a full time franchise manager who will operate the business on your behalf. The overviews listed below would then pass into their job role, and your role would be simply to oversee their development (or setup new franchise locations in new territories further increasing your income streams).
Each Day a franchise will login to their Parent Area dashboard and review the health of their business. They will survey the growth of their business and check if there are any outstanding alerts, such as overdue payments or customer enquiries, that they need to respond to. You’ll call any parents who have contacted you and understand their needs and if they would like to try a free session.
If there is a class running on the day, you will ensure that the session is setup on time and that all coaches have their lesson plans and are ready to go.
You’ll log into our project management system, Asana, and work through the tasks that have been assigned to you by your franchise support manager. This would include tasks from the weekly, monthly and quarterly tasks set out below.
You’ll do all of this from your home, or chosen workplace. At the end of the day, you’ll have time to spend time with family, unwind, read, exercise – or do any other activities that are important to you.
Days turn into weeks, and generally your weekly tasks are your most regular and important activities. When consistently done each week they are the biggest drivers towards the success of your franchise. Tasks include, but are not limited to:
Your monthly tasks are your less frequent but strategically important tasks. When consistently done each month they ensure you keep less urgent tasks on track and adjust your strategy towards the success of your franchise. Tasks include, but are not limited to:
Quarterly tasks are all about planning, measuring and reviewing your progress.
If you are interested in a lifestyle full of fun, development, and passion - then running a We Make Footballers franchise may be right for you. Contact our Sales Advisor by booking a call today.
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