Smart ABC Franchise owners talk about their experience
Lukas Skrzypinski and Amy Jefferies, owners of the Smart ABC franchise, are off with a flying start after they secured repair work worth £6,200 at the opening of their franchise. Amy Jefferies said that they are really very excited about their future with Smart ABC. Their aim is to expand the business at a stable pace, while offering high quality services to their customers in order to make sure that they build a bank of repeat clients and referrals.
Amy also said that prior to joining the Smart ABC network; she used to work in the development industry, while her partner Lukas, a skilled coachbuilder, used to work as a bodywork repairer for London Bus. Lukas was eager to start his own business and become his own boss, and Amy was in between jobs when they decided to start their business together. Franchising was the only reasonable route into self-employment as it would provide an access to the ongoing teaching, support and a well-known business model.
They initially met the SMART (small to medium area repair technique) ABC franchise at an exhibition and the team of Smart ABC really made a good impression. They were open, friendly and extremely professional. After investigating and investing opportunities with other SMART repair franchises, Smart ABC was however, the best in terms of cost and professionalism. They further gave a business consideration thought and attended the open day of Smart ABC, which actually eased their decision to invest in the Smart ABC franchise.