One of Entrepreneur’s #1 ranked Franchise 500 brands is offering virtual “Discovery Days” to attract franchisees


April 3, 2020

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Social gatherings and global pandemics go together like orange juice and toothpaste. Yegh. That’s bad news for companies who are still trying to grow, and need new owners to help achieve that.

So, what’s a biz to do?

Well, if you’re uBreakiFix (the top phone, computer, and tablet repair operation around), you do exactly what you do best: Fix it.

The smartphone screen saviors are turning their “Discovery Days” into a totally digital event to get in touch with future franchisees — no leaving your house required.

Step 1 to owning a uBreakiFix location: Put on sweatpants.

Step 2: See just how big your investment could pay off. 

Tech repair is a $4B industry and, despite the current climate, shows no signs of slowing down… plus, uBreakiFix is uniquely positioned to help new franchisees succeed, thanks to existing partnerships with companies like Google, Samsung, and Asurion, which all offer support from day one.

The founding team works with you every step of the way, from selecting the store’s location to scoring your first satisfied customer and beyond.

With 561 stores across the US and Canada, 66% growth year-over-year, and almost $700K total revenue for top stores in their second year, this is an opportunity you don’t wanna miss.

Plus, again, no pants required. What are you waiting for?

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