Are you looking for a new business venture? Why not a BCMC Safety Solutions franchise - they're recession proof, even pandemic proof. Operating in the essential safety maintenance sector, this legislative based subscription business model is perfect for those chasing a secure income.
BCMC franchises are a subscription based business model built around Federal & State legislation. Their business model is easy, they implement a smoke alarm & safety program for real estate agencies to maintain smoke alarm & safety standards to ensure that all properties managed by the agency are safe and compliant with relevant legislation. All for a yearly fixed fee.
Benefits of a BCMC Safety Solutions Franchise
Be your own boss and work your own hours
Exclusive marketing territory
Ongoing and comprehensive training
Invoicing and marketing support from the head office
Strategic partnerships with national real estate franchise groups
Access to franchise intranet with document templates, group forum for discussion, training modules and courses, training videos and instruction manuals
Call centre services to support in the initial client enquiries where needed
Access to the franchise intranet with document templates, group forum for discussion, training modules and courses, training videos and instruction manuals
Before making an offer
Buying a business is a big deal! It can open up a new chapter in your life, expand your growing business base or fulfill that dream you’ve always had. So before you make that offer, there’s a few things you should consider to determine whether or not this business is right for you. In a nutshell these include:
Ensure the seller is 100% verified by us
Can you afford it? Do you need financing to assist with the purchase?
Have you done enough research - industry analysis, competitors, revenue and so on
Ask the seller some questions - reasons behind the sale, will they be providing customer/supplier databases, what assets other than the physical business will be including (marketing materials etc), are their tax records and financial statements up to date and verified etc
Make sure it’s the right business for you!
About NDAs & other legal requirements
In a nutshell, a business owner will ask you to sign an NDA before a deal can commence. This allows the business owner to keep certain information confidential, including client lists, employee information, intellectual property, trade secrets, pricing structures and so on, in case a deal cannot be met. Typically, NDAs are often mutual - meaning, just as you're agreeing to keeping the seller's business information confidential, the seller must also offer that same level of confidentiality to keep your information private.
Another thing to look out for is non-solicit provisions. If a seller has this clause in their NDA, you are prohibited from soliciting any of their clients or employees for yourself or your company for around 1-2 years.
How to complete a transaction
Once you have submitted an enquiry to the seller, the seller can invite you to view confidential information about the listing after signing an NDA in order to conduct your due diligence. Once satisfied, you can make an offer directly to the seller in the Deal Room where a transaction can be done. Here you can also invite any advisors, brokers or lawyers you may have to help make the deal happen. You can even enlist Eden’s personal network of buying professionals to assist you with the entire buying process.
From start to finish, the entire business transaction can be done through the Eden Exchange platform.
Need finance support?
We offer tailored financing options that work for you to get the deal done.
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