Countrywide Signs Franchise, Board Erectors, Board Erecting, For Sale Sign, Sign Boards Services
Countrywide Signs Franchise
Start your own business with the proven Countrywide Signs franchise. Click on an image below to find out more.
Countrywide Signs is a multi-van management franchise. This franchise is rare in that the business model actively encourages franchise owners into a situation where they 'work on their business' rather than being stuck 'working in the business'.
- The Countrywide Signs service is as simple as following the proven system to erect, maintain and take down estate agent's sign boards. Find out more>>
- Countrywide Signs is the market leader as the only company in the industry to have attained the ISO9001 quality standard. Find out more>>
- The aim is to grow from 1 owner operated van in year 1, generating a turnover of around £3,000 per month (60-65% profit), to 4-7 vans and up to £500,000 turnover (depending on the potential of your territory). Find out more>>
- The franchise fee is £17,800 along with further additional costs to get your business setup and is one of the most comprehensive packages on the market. Find out more>> (financials).
- The business model is approved by the major high street banks so you can borrow up to 70% of the required investment (subject to status).
- The 'franchisor' is in fact a team of franchisees, so their motivation is aligned with yours, to make the business the best it can be for the franchisees benefit, find out more>>
- Unlike most franchises the whole business has been developed for the franchise owners benefit, so there is complete transparency and accountability. Request more information>>
Colin Lancaster & Gary Millen
"After 19 years of working in the banking industry as a Business Manager for Lloyds TSB I began looking for a new challenge. I liked the idea of franchising and working with a proven business model because I could spend more time running the business and less time learning the ropes."
Friends Colin Lancaster and Gary Millen have different aspirations for their businesses. Gary hopes to build a network of vans and a workforce, while Colin wants a smaller operation that will give him an excellent quality of life and the flexibility to watch his children grow up.