etyres: UK's No.1 online tyre retailer

etyres is leading the field with its online tyre retail business

Dominating the top spot in Google under the search terms 'tyres' and 'car tyres', etyres lives up to its claim to be 'the UK's number one online tyre retailer'.

etyres can save customers up to 40 per cent per tyre due to its low overhead business model, which avoids the high overheads of traditional tyre depots. Unlike traditional tyre retailers operating from costly tyre depots, etyres offers customers a convenient, low-cost service, fitting the tyres at home or at work. etyres is also the only national tyre retailer to publish an online tyre price comparison.

Such is the company's dedication to remaining top dog that it employs a team of internet specialists to ensure that etyres remains number one on key search terms on the major search engines.

Established in 1992 initially concentrating on the fleet car market, etyres was first to enter the online tyre retail market and business is booming.

etyres needs people in key areas to extend its service further and is eager to hear from practical, hard working individuals with a strong ability to meet and communicate with customers. Managing Director Tony Bowman explains:

'We're looking for people with practical as well as good communication skills. A very good living can be made from operating just one van, but far greater earnings can be made by franchisees who grow the business to a two or three van operation.'

As the internet division of Fleet Mobile Tyres, etyres gives franchisees immediate access to a huge volume of fleet car business through established accounts. Cash flow is strong and there is a very low incidence of bad debt. The company provides full training and ongoing support from its Cambridge head office as part of the low-cost franchise package.

etyres is also focused on helping protect and promote the environment and operates its business in an environmentally and ethical manner, and has won awards for its work on reducing environmental damage. Tony concludes:

'This is an opportunity to join a well-established company that has captured pole position.'

Reported by Rachel Spaul