Franchisors spend years and hundreds of thousands of dollars developing a way of operating a specialised business that, when applied correctly, will be successful. Your franchise entry fee provides you with everything you need to start your business from day one. And as part of a franchise network, your chances of success are greatly increased. Joining a franchise has mutual benefits for the franchisee and franchisor that’s why it’s the most popular business model in the world.
The upfront charge is $35,000 or $55,000 if you want to include a fully signed Award Bookkeeping Company car as part of your agreement. Read more about this special offer under ‘Driving Your Business Further”.
The Award Bookkeeping Company ongoing royalties are fully fixed at $260 plus GST per month plus 8% of turnover to a maximum of $700 a month.
We target our marketing at businesses that are registered for GST, turn over less than $5,000,000 pa; and employ less than 5 people. There are over three million of these businesses around Australia.
We do not grant restrictive territories to franchisees. Our franchisees can operate their business anywhere in Australia and take referrals from businesses anywhere.
No. All the fees charged by the franchisor are listed in the franchisor’s Disclosure Document. The Disclosure Document will be
provided to you along with a copy of our standard Franchise Agreement and the Franchising Code of Conduct well before you are required to make any commitment or pay any money.
Franchisees can start making money almost straight away if they follow the plan.
The franchise agreement requires franchisees to diligently promote their business. This means undertaking advertising and marketing activities to stimulate your business growth.
Bookkeeping generally involves the collation and computation of historical financial transactions. The accounting support we provide includes anything accounting related and is provided by QUALIFIED and EXPERIENCED accountants.
Franchisees need to have a minimum CERT IV in Financial Services Bookkeeping.
The franchise agreement is a 7 year agreement with a 7 year option.
Yes. A franchise is entitled to sell their business at any time.
When the franchise period concludes the clients must be passed to the franchisor for distribution to other franchisees.
Award Bookkeeping Company leads the way with legal compliance and quality control measures.
Our franchisee business development training focuses on developing the whole business person.
We specialise in helping franchisees to grow a rewarding, profitable and sustainable business that meets their own expectations and the expectations of the client.
Award Names Franchise of the Year
The Award Bookkeeping Company is pleased to announce the winner of the Franchisee of the Year for 2012 is John Maher, owner of The Award Bookkeeping Company – Loganholme, which is based in Brisbane.
The announcement was made at the Award Bookkeeping Company’s 2013 Annual National Conference which was held at the Marriott Hotel Circular Quay in Sydney this week-end.
Speaking at the Conference, the managing director of the Award Bookkeeping Company, Patricia Howard, said it was significant that such a long-standing franchisee had won the converted Franchisee of the Year Award.