Are you driven to earn a Six Figure Annual Income?
Annual net profits of £100,000+ are being achieved by ambitious Dream Doors franchisees. Even average earnings are more than £60,000! But it can't be just about the money. There must be other reasons you're looking at a franchise.
Do you want to:
- Break free from corporate constraints?
- Be your own boss and control your future?
- Start again after redundancy or retirement?
- See more of your family and work close to home?
- Build an asset you can sell or retain to boost your income?
Well, you're in the right place, as you can have all of this and much more running your own Dream Doors franchise. And you don't need any kitchen industry experience or practical skills either.
Who is Dream Doors?
With more than 70 showrooms across the country, and close to 50,000 projects completed since 1999, Dream Doors is the UK's largest and most decorated kitchen facelift retailer. Average annual sales from a franchised showroom is now £500,000+. Three-quarters-of-a-million pounds and a six-figure incomes are now commonplace, but with hard work you could achieve more than £1 million in yearly turnover. Dream Doors has built its reputation on ethical trading, integrity and award-winning support.
With 13 industry trophy-wins to date, the company is:
- A full member of the British Franchise Association (bfa)
- Holder of the bfa's Best Franchisee Recruitment Award
- A former bfa Brand Builder of Year
- 4-time finalists in the bfa's Franchisor of the Year Awards
- A winner in the government-backed National Training Awards
- EIGHT time winners in the Franchise Marketing Awards
- Long-standing supporters of consumer monitoring scheme, Checkatrade
Sales continue to soar, whatever the economic climate
Dream Doors has trebled brand sales in five years with like-for-like sales growing every year as well. And last year saw some stand-out monthly performances from:
|£74,965 by Wakefield in January||£124,268 by Oxford in February|
|£102,195 by North Wiltshire in February||£99,574 by Barnham in March|
|£96,531 by Kingston in April||£98,450 by Norwich in May|
|£93,635 by Beverley (Hull) in June||£129,776 by Poole in July|
|£86,455 by Southampton in September||£111,662 by Cambridge in October|
|£105,148 by Woking in October||£100,051 by Wolverhampton in November|
Why is there so much demand for Dream Doors?
A kitchen makeover is popular with homeowners for three simple reasons. It saves:
- Money: typically half the price, sometimes a third, of an average kitchen
- Time: unlike a full kitchen refit, it can be installed in just a day or two
- Stress: there's little upheaval which means less mess in the home
81% of kitchen makeovers are bought by people in their 60s or older, so Dream Doors has a core customer base that is getting larger, that isn't really affected by economic uncertainty and has the most disposable income to spend.
Why you won't ever need to fit a kitchen
To begin with, Dream Doors helps you find sub-contracted kitchen installers. You might want to employ your own staff in time. And that means you can put your energy into meeting customers, taking the orders and running your own local business. Helen Mahon, who owns the Norfolk franchise with husband, Philip, has just signed up for a third term of their franchise. Says Helen:
“I'd never done anything like this before. Running a business, selling and working in the kitchen industry were all very new to me. Yes, it was a steep learning curve, but it was also an exciting challenge. And it was definitely the right career move; I’d never felt so excited, enthusiastic or inspired by work before!”
Helen and Philip have sold close to £5 million from their Norwich-based showroom.
Continuing your development through training & support
Dream Doors' award winning training has helped dozens of franchisees kick start their own successful businesses. And remember, less than 5% of them had any kitchen industry experience before joining. After your a 12-week induction programme, covering all area of your business, we'll continue to focus on:
You'll receive regular visits in your own area from one of 5 support managers, all of whom are experienced in kitchens, sales, training and business coaching.
Lak Deol, of Dream Doors Reading & Wokingham, said:
"It was the best training I've ever been on. The Business Development Managers couldn't be more helpful. Everything has gone at the timescale presented to us; it's been such a positive start!”
Find out how an ex-teacher sold £500k in her first year
A perfect blend of big-brand power and local reputation
You'll work from home to begin with while you learn the ropes, but within 6 months you'll be managing your own Dream Doors showroom. Why 6 months? In reality, it takes that long to help you find, design and fit out a showroom (the quickest it's ever been achieved is in just under 4 months). What's more, in those first few months you're learning and making money, and getting prepared for the surge of enquiries that follow a typical showroom launch.
The more you sell, the less you pay
Dream Doors makes its money when you make a sale, through fees based on your turnover. So, as a company, we rely on successful franchisees to remain in business. But, what's even better for you is that those fees are then reduced once annual targets are met. Put simply, the more you sell, the less you pay.
“Since joining Dream Doors I've never looked back. I'm in charge of my career and, at last, I'm able to balance my work and my life! I'd recommend a franchise to anyone else who wants to build something for the future.”
Craig Allen – Dream Doors Wealden
What you need to do next
If you're serious about running your own business and hungry to earn a significant annual income, then we'd love to hear from you. You'll need to be motivated, resilient and comfortable in a managerial role. You'll also need to be happy working in a team, willing to listen to our advice and want to trade ethically and responsibly.
If you have liquid capital of at least £30,000 to kick start your new business then please contact us today to find out more about this opportunity.