Jim’s Mow­ing on look­out for op­er­a­tors

Manawatu Guardian - - SERVICES DIRECTORY -

Jim’s Mow­ing is keen to ex­pand its rep­re­sen­ta­tion in the Manawatu¯.

Re­gional fran­chisee Gavin McGlashan be­lieves the re­gion can han­dle at least an­other two op­er­a­tors. He says de­spite there al­ready be­ing op­er­a­tors un­der the Jim’s Mow­ing ban­ner in the re­gion, there is def­i­nitely scope for more.

“You buy the fran­chise, we train you and you start work­ing,” says Gavin.

“You then re­ceive on­go­ing sup­port to achieve and main­tain the level of busi­ness you want. The po­ten­tial is to ex­ceed $100,000 turnover an­nu­ally and that can be achieved in the Manawatu¯,” he said.

Your sup­port in­cludes busi­ness train­ing, on the job prac­ti­cal train­ing, on­go­ing sup­port and sys­tems to en­able you to earn the best in­come pos­si­ble while main­tain­ing the life­style you de­sire.

Manawatu¯ fran­chise owner Garth Ra­tima says he loves his Jim’s Mow­ing busi­ness be­cause he gets to be his own boss while en­joy­ing a va­ri­ety of work in the out­doors.

“I am in­un­dated with work. “There are more clients than I can man­age,” says Garth. “The un­ser­viced jobs are mount­ing so there are more than enough clients to take on. We need some help.”

Re­gional fran­chisee Gavin McGlashan says now is the ideal time to start look­ing at this busi­ness op­por­tu­nity be­cause there is good grass growth and an on­go­ing de­mand for their ser­vices.

“This stead­ier work­load af­ter the spring flush al­lows for a solid client base to be built up in a short space of time, while still al­low­ing time to learn and re­fine the pro­cesses and sys­tems that work best for the in­di­vid­ual.”

■ For more in­for­ma­tion con­tact Gavin McGlashan, re­gional fran­chisor, Jim’s Mow­ing, Welling­ton to Taranaki on (04) 939-3222 or 021 620-536 or check out the web­site at jimsmow­ing.co.nz

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