360clean Just One of 50 Companies Named a 2021 Top Low-Cost Franchise by Franchise Business Review
Independent Research Data Shows Franchisees Are Highly Satisfied with Their Investment in 360clean
April 2021 – 360clean was identified by independent franchise market research firm, Franchise Business Review, as being one of only 50 franchises to qualify as a 2021 Top Low-Cost Franchise. Brands on the list of the best low-cost franchises to buy had to have high franchisee satisfaction and an investment of under $100,000 at the time their franchisees participated in Franchise Business Review’s satisfaction survey.
360clean was built by a family that is focused on helping other families achieve their same dream of business ownership. 360clean has come a long way since it was founded as a part-time janitorial service company in 2005 by Barry Bodiford and Allison Bodiford, a full-time pharmaceutical industry employee at the time of the company’s beginning. When the company was incorporated in 2005, 360clean employed only a half-dozen employees and serviced 3 customers. Today, that start-up corporation is the innovative leader of the janitorial service industry and services customers in various markets throughout the United States with the goal of being nationwide in the upcoming years.
Franchise Business Review (FBR) provides the only rankings of franchises based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance. FBR publishes its rankings of top franchises in its annual Guide to Today’s Top Franchises, as well as in quarterly reports throughout the year that rank the top franchises in specific sectors.
More than 17,525 franchisees representing over 174 low-cost brands participated in Franchise Business Review’s franchisee satisfaction survey between July 2019 and February 2021.
360clean’s franchisees were surveyed on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems, including training & support, operations, franchisor/franchisee relations, and financial opportunity.
“One of the most common myths around buying a franchise is that it’s too expensive. But what many people don’t know is that there are a number of very solid business opportunities out there that can provide the satisfaction and perks of business ownership but don’t require a huge financial investment,” said Eric Stites, CEO of Franchise Business Review. “The franchises that made this year’s list of the Top Low-Cost Franchises all received high marks from their franchise owners on our independent satisfaction survey, making them all excellent options for entrepreneurs considering franchise ownership.”
“Low cost doesn’t mean you are not being provided with a proven system to reach your personal and financial goals,” says Jason Howell, VP of Franchise Performance of 360clean. “I often find that new 360clean Franchise Owners are impressed with our system when they can pay themselves a salary, hire employees and already have a return on investment within twelve months of operation. When Franchise Owners have capital to grow and execute our system, it’s a win win for everyone.”
Visit FranchiseBusinessReview.com to see the full list of 2021 Top Franchises.
360clean is the innovative leader of the janitorial service industry. 360clean offers a health focused cleaning service and is expanding nationally through locally owned franchise owners. You can learn more about 360clean at https://www.360clean.com/.
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