Franchisees are able to act as security consultants and often offer a mixed package of products rather than exercising product bias. This offers the end user more choice and ensures the franchisee maximises the opportunity of a profitable sale.
'The security industry is continuing to grow, but despite leaps in electronic security, it is physical security that leads this growth,' says the company.
'Security professionals understand that CCTV cameras and sophisticated alarms will not prevent unauthorised entry and are eager to source effective but unobtrusive physical security solutions.'
Franchisees benefit from a recognised industry brand. Crime Shield is acknowledged by Police Crime Prevention and Architectural Liaison Officers, and carries a number of accreditations including 'Secure By Design' (Police Preferred Product) and a Loss Prevention Council security rating.
A Crime Shield franchise would suit applicants with a practical but sales orientated background, says the company. 'The competitively priced package provides training, samples, bespoke administrative software, branded work wear, promotional material, technical and marketing support and leads. But above all Crime Shield is unique. No other franchise offers this exciting and profitable opportunity.'
Published: 26 January 2007
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