Sarah Thompson joined the Spoton.net website and digital marketing franchise at the end of 2016. Now operating a protected franchise region in Coventry, Sarah has formed a strong customer base which she continues to grow.
Sarah Thompson joined the Spoton.net website and digital marketing franchise at the end of 2016. In her first few months as a franchisee, she has already experienced great success, discovering her talent for winning new business!
Sarah chose to start a franchise with Spoton.net because she liked "the concept of having the product, systems, and processes already established, and thought that the product itself was excellent – so intuitive and easy to use."
She visited Head Office for a Discovery Day to "get a feel for the company and the franchise", and found that she "was very taken with the product and the people at Spoton.net. The team seemed to have a lot of integrity, and were genuinely interested in helping franchisees be successful."
Now operating a protected franchise region in Coventry, Sarah has formed a strong customer base, which continues to grow – she has already sold an impressive 19 websites in her first few months of trading.
Better still, Sarah has found her calling, stating:
"I enjoy selling! I’ve discovered my inner ability to win new customers, and I’ve found telemarketing and appointment setting much easier than expected. I also enjoy networking, which is a great way to build trust, make connections, and ultimately earn new business."
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After researching a variety of companies, it was Spoton.net that really appealed to me as viable and sustainable franchise business. Most of the other franchises I researched simply wern't commercially well-thought out and/or didn't have a range of products that I felt would be in high enough demand.Phil Revill, Nottingham