Leading Car Repair Franchise Revive! Offers New Franchise Opportunities In Scotland and Northern Ireland
Automotive franchise opportunities are often considered to be one of the most interesting franchise opportunities in the UK. The automotive industry is huge and demand for body work repair at a domestic and commercial level are growing every year.
The Revive! team have almost 20 years experience in the SMART Repair industry and have been awarding franchise territories to carefully selected candidates since 2004. Having twice won best in class in the British Franchise Association’s Annual Awards it’s no wonder the Revive! car repair franchise has built a strong reputation as the professional’s choice in the SMART repair arena. Revive! is recognised as a great opportunity to start your own business in the automotive repair industry in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Mark Llewellyn, Revive! Managing Director, stated: “Revive! has grown outwardly from our base in Rugby, by inviting ambitious, commercially minded people to join us as franchisees and replicate our proven business model. Individual territories packed with opportunities have now been identified throughout Scotland and Northern Ireland so this is your chance to bring the multi award winning Revive! brand to your local area and start reaping the rewards of fully supported business ownership.”
The company is incredibly excited about driving their expansion into Scotland and Northern Ireland. Everyone coming on board in these new territories will be able to draw on the experience and advice of Revive!’s existing franchisees from a vast range of business backgrounds who have all built their Revive! franchise up from single van operation, to in some cases, multiple vans with multiple staff, in multiple territories.
Zander McDiarmid, Highlands (Inverness) franchisee, commented: “I have been operating my Revive! franchise in Inverness for almost 10 years and love what I do. Every day brings a new challenge which maintains my interest. I have always been self- employed and ran a pub for many years but the neat thing about my business now is I don’t have the high overheads that come with a property based business.”