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Jan, 06 2014

Biz of clear profits

Water tanks, which act as an umbrella to your drinking water, might be a breeding ground of diseases if not cleaned. Fast Clean ventured into franchising business in year 2006 with a long term vision of serving customer with satisfactory work in water sol

It started offering services in mechanised cleaning and disinfection of water storage tanks of homes, offices, apartments, hotels, hospitals, government and private buildings, malls and corporations.

The driving force that led to the inception of Fast Clean, a one stop brand for tank cleaning and other water solutions has now emerged as a franchising hot shot. The brand is offering lucrative opportunities to its franchisees at very nominal investment bracket.

Opportunities for 2014

The brand provides support to its franchisees right from the beginning. Fast Clean has an innovative and focused training module for the marketing staff and franchisee. The brand also helps in sourcing of equipment and chemicals, and offers 24x7 online supports to its franchisees throughout the franchise term. Assistance in pre-marketing activities, pre- and post-launch activities to generate business are also provided to them.

MANOJ AGARWAL, CEO, “Fast Clean

“Fast Clean, ventured into franchise business in 2006 with a long-term vision. Our biggest challenge was regarding the catering of each and every home, office, industry, and other units. We have made strategies and competent curriculum to overcome such issues.”

Franchise facts:

  • Investment: Rs 6 lakh
  • Area: 200 sq. ft
  • Break-even: 1 month
  • RoI: More than 100%
  • No. of Franchisees: 40 plus
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