Screen Rescue on track to smash £100k turnover target
Screen Rescue, the UK’s dedicated Commercial Windscreen Repairs franchise is riding high as franchisor Jaime Hilario is on track to smash his two year turnover target of £100k. Impressive numbers when you consider Screen Rescue is not yet two years old and this approaching milestone has been generated from one van.
Screen Rescue specialises in the advanced repair of windscreens, saving dealerships from Alpha Romeo to Volvo, and fleet clients within all commercial automotive sectors, the operational downtime, hassle and financial outlay of having to replace an entire windscreen – for some public-service vehicles, replacement windscreens can cost in excess of £2,000, whereas Screen Rescue can repair the most challenging of damages, at a fraction of the price.
The business’ dedication in providing repair services exclusively to commercial automotive clients enables them to secure repeat, volume business with a typically higher income attained than by dealing with private individual motorists.
Managing Director, Jaime Hilario says, “We set a realistic 24-month target and are on track to break through this ahead of expectation. It just goes to show that hard work and determination really do pay off within a Screen Rescue franchise.”
“Our outstanding performance is underpinned by the grip we have on our business mix, commercial sector margins and sophisticated financial operations,” Amanda Hilario, Operations Director adds.
“The Screen Rescue brand offers many financial and operational tools, which enable franchise owners who follow our proven business model, an even greater chance of success.”
Screen Rescue is recruiting ambitious, hardworking individuals with the ability to maintain professional corporate standards and the determination to grow a financially rewarding business.
The business delivers advanced windscreen repairs with unique technology capabilities enabling the most challenging of damages to be repaired whilst maintaining the structural integrity of the screen.