An Australian Franchisee Case Study
Ovenu franchisees can start their business for a very reasonable start-up cost and get working right away. John Portelli, an Ovenu franchisee in WA, shares his experience in being a franchisee.
John had tried a variety of different occupations in different industries and in different countries! John had served in the US Army, had his own hotdog cart in Europe and worked in building maintenance in New York for a while.
When John returned to Australia, he worked for some time in a factory. It was at this point that John decided he wanted to get into business for himself. By choosing a franchise, he could be his own boss, be in control of his time and make more money.
“I chose Ovenu for many reasons. I can work on my own, the job is easy to carry out and you drive to different places every day. It is just great,” said John.
Having an Ovenu franchise gives John the freedom and flexibility to be in control of his life.
“I make more money and I have more time. It just can’t be any better,” he said. “My son, Terence, works with me and he does a fantastic job and loves what he does.”
John purchased his franchise in 2010. He was trained by Ovenu to carry out the job according to their specifications and standards. Ovenu showed John how to dismantle the ovens, use the appropriate tools and produce superior results which would have his customers (and their ovens) gleaming!
Ovenu also provides training in MYOB, so franchisees can confidently handle theirbookkeeping and invoicing.
John concluded by saying he hoped to expand his business in WA.
“I am proud to be an Ovenu franchisee and I’m very happy with my choice,“ he said.
With a low start-up cost, a straightforward and consistent service that is in great demand, backed up by superior support at the franchisor level, Ovenu is an appealing franchise opportunity.