By joining the Utility Helpline Brokerage Franchise you have opportunity run your Energy Rates Business along side your current business, job or as a standalone new business venture.
Utility Helpline is an award winning independent leading business energy, water, and payment solutions broker. They have been trading since 2006 and have helped thousands of businesses save time and money on these services.
The business energy, water and payment solutions markets is huge, and Utility Helpline are always able to help any business regardless of size significantly reduce costs and improve the service they receive.
Utility Helpline provide you with the opportunity to build a successful long-term new business revenue stream. You also can build a team around you and benefit from any business they develop.
The opportunity can be to run along side your current business, job or as a standalone new business venture.
Franchisees become brokers who will refer business to Utility Helpline. As a franchisee you will be developing new business for referal to Utility Helpline's expert account managers, in return you will receive a percentage of any commission for any agreements brokered via the referral. You can also refer new franchisees as part of your team and earn from their referrals.
Your level of involvement in the overall process depends on your business needs and experience.
You can work the hours that suit you and the income is uncapped.
Franchisees earn commission by submitting leads via an online cloud-based portal or via e-mail. If the lead then converts into a contract brokered by Utility Helpline, commissions is earnt.
Franchisees can earn commission in several ways:
Commission percentages are higher than that offered by many brokers, payments are always very prompt and I have never had any financial issues.
Utility Helpline deal with a very large range of suppliers and their pricing is always very competitive, enabling me to gain clients, even when other brokers are involved.
My own career as a senior manager within the hospitality industry over a number of long years left me with a raft of business contacts, small and large, which provided an easy introduction into ‘selling utility services’ and the knowledge based training that Richard offered made providing and developing my own professional service very easy.