|Initial franchise fee:||
|Set-up Costs:||R39 000 – R69 000|
About the Franchise
Looking for an extra income, to work from home or to leave your job for a stress-free life?
Launch your own photo booth rental business by investing as little as R39k in a complete ready-to-rent photo booth.
Photo booths are in huge demand for corporate events, parties and weddings, so there is quick-and-easy money to be made.
Our modern touchscreen booths use the latest technology, have automatic printing, are easy to use and the professional photo booth software installed has video mode, green screen features and photo sharing options.
- No staff required (unless you would prefer hiring a student to do the work for you, which makes things a whole lot easier and the business scalable).
- Simple to setup & operate (no experience needed).
- Return on investment in as little as 2 months.
- Work from home replying to emails and calls.
- The light weight booth disassembles and fits in the boot of small car.
Earn between R6 000 – R50 000 per month working your own hours with no boss.
Option 1: (Silver) R39 000
- Ready to use complete photo booth.
- Requires attendant to run booth at events, as the paper needs to be topped up after every 18 prints. Printing takes 45 sec.
Option 2: (Gold) R59 000
- Ready to use complete photo booth
- Booth can be left unattended at events! Printing takes 15 secs.
Option 3: (Platinum) R69 000
Same as option 2, but with upgraded camera, marketing assistance using secret proven methods, logo design, Facebook business page set-up, website with 1 year hosting and countrywide delivery.
Related: To Buy, Or Not To Buy
Ideal Franchisee Profile
Ideal for anyone looking to be their own boss, earn an extra income, to work from home or to leave their job for a stress-free life.
Franchisee Training and Development
Fabulous Photo Booths provides full training on the product with lifetime support.
We have recently partnered with a finance company who works via Capitec, so we can now offer finance options on any package. You can choose the amount and payback term! Click here to apply with no obligation to accept.
How You Can Plug Into Business Excellence With A ACDC Express Franchise
As the global pioneer in electrical franchising, ACDC Express is built for success, according to its franchisees, Tsholo Wesi and Puseletso Ndizilili in Kimberley and Andries and Seriska Mulder in Nelspruit. Both are running thriving businesses.
- Company: ACDC Express
- Nature of Franchise: Electrical Retail Franchise
- Established: 2007
- Footprint: 29 Stores Nationwide
- Investment Required: R150 000 (excl. VAT)
- Set-up Costs: R3 180 000 to R4 740 000
- Management fees: 3% – 4%
- Marketing Fees: R85 000 or 5%
- Contact person: Mario Mahlangu
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Visit: acdcexpress.com
- Call: +27 (0)10 202 3360
About the brand
ACDC Express has a vision to be the preferred electrical retailer. Its franchise network aims to be the best solutions-driven electrical retailer, focused on customer service and convenience to ensure that customers’ electrical needs are satisfied. DIY enthusiasts, contractors and large corporates are all catered for in the product range of over 75 000 individual items available at ACDC Express stores.
It is this variety, extensive choice and customer experience that led Andries and his wife Seriska to invest in the flagship ACDC Express franchise in 2008.
Related: ACDC Express Franchise Opportunity
“My wife had a mining supply company and I was a fuel retailer when we decided to become ACDC Express’ first franchisee,” says Andries, who relocated with Seriska from Phalaborwa to Nelspruit to launch their new venture. “Seriska’s company was successful and we wanted to branch out into the electrical industry. ACDC Express stood out for us in this regard.”
The power of past entrepreneurial experience
As a serial entrepreneur, Andries knew that his previous experience as a franchisee would come in handy when ensuring business success.
“I’ve always been an entrepreneur,” he says. “My father ran a men’s outfitter shop while I was growing up and that led me away from the path of formal employment.”
Tsholo’s entrepreneurial background also drew her to the franchise. “I have always been interested in construction and I realised that we can’t all be contractors. So, I decided to look at a field that supplies into that industry. I did my research and realised the electrical field was an option,” she says.
Capitalising on opportunities and high demand franchises
Tsholo, who runs her franchise alongside her business partner Puseletso, has been a business owner for over a decade and still runs her events management company alongside her ACDC Express store.
Related: ACDC – The Electrical ‘Supermarket’
She couldn’t pass up the opportunity to capitalise on the high demand for an alternative electrical supplier in the Northern Cape when she set up her 100% black women-owned franchise in May 2017.
“A franchise enables a small business to compete with big businesses, due to the pool of support from the franchisor and network of other franchisees,” she says.
“Banks are more willing to finance franchisees, because the market has been tested. The effort to start the business is less due to the support provided by the franchisor.”
The benefits of an ADCD Express franchise
An ACDC Express franchise has a number of draw cards for prospective business owners. For Tsholo, it was the personalised ‘supermarket’ experience, whereby customers are able to browse the store at their own leisure.
For Andries, it has been the opportunity to provide greater input to the franchisor and fellow franchisees to expand the footprint of ACDC Express.
“We helped determine the changes that were invested into future franchises and watched their implementation right before our eyes,” says Andries. “The franchisor is always prepared to listen to our suggestions.”
Support from franchisors lead to success
Tsholo and Andries both believe that the support of ACDC Express is more than sufficient, as the franchisor sets up the business, provides continuous support and training, and offers ongoing advice to its franchisees.
This combination of a hands-on franchisor as well as franchisees who are driven and hardworking ensures the success of the business.
Top Locations For A Sunburst Electric Franchise
With over 270 possible Sunburst Electric franchise locations nationwide, the perfect fit for you is out there.
Sunburst Electric is an electrical contracting franchise which services the residential and commercial markets, by offering repairs, upgrades and installations, while delivering high customer satisfaction by getting the job done right the first time. With over 270 possible Sunburst Electric franchise locations nationwide, the perfect fit for you is out there.
Our pre-selected locations are known as “Zones”. Purchasing a zone will allow a franchisee to trade and market in that area. We have based the designated zones as per research that was conducted by a research consulting firm.
A franchisee can purchase a maximum of 2 zones at a time, purchasing multiple zones will enable the franchisee to receive a discounted price on the other zones.
What makes a great Zone for a Sunburst Electric franchise?
A great Zone does not necessarily mean the biggest zone. A good zone would be classified as either a zone that has many households to potentially service or a zone that is high in terms of LSM (Living Standards Measure) as they have the disposable income for the service offering. Although, some zones may have a large number of households but the LSM may be lower making the zone good to invest in but not great. The same applies for a zone that may have fewer households but with a higher LSM.
Top Zones per Province:
- Cape Town
- Hout Bay
- Jeffery’s Bay
- Port Elizabeth
- East London
- King Williams Town
- Durban South
- Richards Bay
- Rustenburg North East
- Rustenburg South West
If you want to learn more reasons to invest in an electrical franchise, or if you would like to take the next step in joining Sunburst Electric, don’t hesitate to contact us today!
Take That Coffee Break With The Daily Coffee Café Franchise Group
The Daily Coffee Café Franchise Group is a fast-growing and truly South African owned coffee café franchise.
About the Brand
The Daily Coffee Café Franchise Group is a fast-growing and truly South African owned coffee café franchise.
Inspired by the café life prevalent from Cape Town to New York, our popular coffee cafés are renowned for their appeal and high standards in coffee, food, service and décor, underlined by the much talked about New-York-meets-Karoo interior design theme of our cafés.
We are driven by our passion for people and an underlying desire to extend our footprint so that more people can come home to The Daily Coffee Café’s good coffee and be hooked by our warm emotions.
Franchisee Selection Criteria
We award franchises to those who can relate to and buy into The Daily Coffee Café franchise concept, who are willing to keep to the rules and keen to follow through on our systems. At the same time we also encourage independent thinking.
Qualities that we look for in our franchisees:
- A passion to make the franchise work
- Setting high standards with a drive to achieve them
- Full focus on the business
- Business sense and experience
- The ability to use own initiative
- Passionate about people
- Service orientated
- Relationship builders
- Financially independent.
How We Support You
Upon signing the franchise agreement, we secure the best location for the franchise. Our involvement escalates during start-up when our full team comes aboard to prepare the café for opening day. This includes shop fitting, logistics, recruitment and skills transfer. We furthermore ensure that the franchisee understands and buys into the ethos of the business.
From there on our support team consisting of the CEO, COO, operations manager, corporate chefs, corporate barista, brand developer and content writer, actively continue to support the franchise in matters ranging from managing the business through to quality control and refresher training.
- Average timeframe from application approval to opening doors: 45 days.
- Establishment cost: R900 000, site specific.
- Initial stock cost: R30 000.
- Estimated time frame to reach break-even: Within three months.
- Average size of operation: 150 m² to 200 m².
- Monthly royalty fee: 5% of turnover.
- Recommended staff: Up to ten, including manager.
Related: Coffee Shop Business Plan
The following main activities follow once the parties have agreed to open a new franchise:
- Signing of the agreement
- Selecting a suitable location for the business
- Preparation of and outfitting the premises
- Introduction to our suppliers
- Two weeks of training
- Opening day
- On-site support for ten days after opening date
- Full access thereafter to our support team.
|Company||The Daily Coffee Café Franchise Group|
|Nature of Franchise||Coffee café franchise
|Footprint||15 cafés in South Africa|
|Total Set-up Cost||R900 000,
depending on site
|Initial Franchise Fee||None|
|Management Fees||5% of turnover|
|As an established brand, The Daily Coffee Café offers an investment opportunity in South Africa’s lucrative and fast-growing market for recognised coffee-related destinations.|
|Contact Person||Adriaan de Bruyn|
|Call||+27 (0)82 781 0899|
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