About Optic-Kleer - The Windscreen Repair Specialists
David Overton, the current owner of Optic-Kleer, saw the value of joining the company in 2008, initially as a franchisee. The previous owner saw the value of David becoming the Operations Manager with the company. David then wanted to progress further with Optic-Kleer and proceeded to buy half of the company, becoming a 50% shareholder. In March 2014 David bought the whole company, which he now runs with his wife Sarah. David continues to grow the Optic-Kleer brand and is expanding across the UK. Now you have the opportunity to:
- be your own boss
- enter a growing market
- every territory offers excellent income potential
- first-class national and local marketing
- funding available
Optic-Kleer franchisees start earning from day one and keep reporting high levels of satisfaction - see what some of our franchisees have to say.
“It couldn’t be simpler. We have a great brand with a very clear concept. We, as franchisees, are seen by thousands of supermarket and retail shoppers as they enter the store car parks. They are immediately drawn to us by our clear and accurate marketing, offering an efficient, time-saving, professional windscreen repair service on their vehicles while they shop. Right now, I think that Optic-Kleer has never been a more inviting proposition for potential franchisees. Go for it!”
As an Optic-Kleer, franchisee you will benefit from:
- joining a recognised brand
- brand advertising campaigns
- powerful online presence with your own web page
- professionally mapped franchisee territories
- national contracts with most of the UK DIY and supermarket chains – Tesco, Homebase, B&Q and Morrisons.
No Previous Windscreen Repair Experience Required
With our thorough one-to-one training and mentoring scheme, all you need is enthusiasm, motivation and are prepared to learn.
You will learn how to use our state-of-the-art equipment and resins and how our excellent online ordering system makes it easy for you. We will teach you how to repair windscreens and become a successful franchisee.
Limited Fixed-Site Concessions Available
A limited number of fixed-site concession are available at garages or MOT stations, where distances are too large for a franchisee to cover.
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