Many large businesses have embraced the power of the internet and use it to generate huge amounts of revenue, either through ecommerce (selling their products and services though a website), or by promoting themselves more effectively via search engines and other forms of online marketing.
However, many smaller businesses are not following suit and are in danger of being left behind. Consumers now expect businesses to provide the convenience to do business on their terms and in their time - and a professionally designed website is crucial to this. Owners of small businesses are aware of the potential that the internet offers, but they simply lack the time, knowledge or perceived finances to take full advantage and reap the rewards. This is where ORCA steps in.
ORCA specialises in working with smaller businesses to help them fully exploit the benefits that the internet provides. Their 'no jargon', straight-talking approach is just what the extremely busy, small business sector has been looking for and ORCA's personal, ongoing service has resulted in a portfolio of very happy clients. Due to their success, ORCA is recruiting high-calibre Franchisees to fulfil the demand for their services and have created, what has been called, 'the most exciting and rewarding franchise opportunity available today'.
'With every business needing an affordable, professional website, we are attracting huge interest from the small business sector which is why we need to recruit the right franchisees to enable us to meet demand' says Dean Watmough, M.D. of Orca. 'We offer our franchisees huge potential within a tried and tested business model. We also guarantee an exclusive territory, a supply of business leads, ongoing training and a residual income source'.
Orca really have thought of everything that a franchisee will need to ensure their success. Dean Watmough continues: 'As our success is directly linked to that of our franchisees, we literally bend over backwards to help them build and run their businesses successfully. We provide an extremely thorough and enjoyable residential training programme and ongoing training which includes live client meetings.
Every Franchisee is provided with their very own, state of the art Virtual Office service that enables them to share ideas with other Franchisees, as well as equipping them with all the tools they need to administer their business contacts and manage their time more effectively. We provide a telephone answering and messaging service and a highly trained technical support team to ensure that a Franchisee can provide the highest level of service to their clients. What's more, it is our goal for every franchisee to have their first client on board within just four weeks of completing their initial training'.
With the opportunity to generate revenue after just four weeks, and with a string of successful Franchisees already on board, the ORCA Franchise Business Model really is on opportunity not to be missed. You don't need to be a computer wizard either, as communication skills and the ability to form long-term relationships with clients are more important than technical expertise.
Here's what Robert McRae, a Franchisee from Cumbernauld in Scotland had to say:
After being in the same industry for 22 years, working long hours six days a week, I was looking for a change, but my options were limited. I had looked at other franchises in the same field as I was already in, but they didn't suit what I was looking for.
I was looking for a better life/work ratio with the flexibility of being my own boss, but also having the backing of an established business to give me guidance and support. Also, having a young family, I couldn't go any great length of time with no income.
In the ORCA franchise I have found just what I was looking for. The business model really works, the back up and support from ORCA has been second to none and after only four weeks I started making money.
Everything ORCA said in the literature is true, so making the choice to join ORCA really has been the start of a new, and better, life'.
Published: 28 November 2007
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