1. Click IT Franchise Click IT is a new emerging franchise providing IT services and support, computer sales, and repair to both residents and commercial customers. In business for ourselves with a company store since 2012, our emphasis is on selling recurring revenue solutions to both consumers and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Click IT…

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1. Click IT Franchise Click IT is a new emerging franchise providing IT services and support, computer sales, and repair to both residents and commercial customers. In business for ourselves with a company store since 2012, our emphasis is on selling recurring revenue solutions to both consumers and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Financial Information:…

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According to our most recent Franchise Disclosure Document, the total Initial Investment to open a Click IT store is $ 88,960 to $175,600, which includes the Initial Franchise Fee of $65,000 for a franchise and additional funds of $20,000 to $50,000 for anticipated working capital. Because the service fees and local marketing expenditure costs are…

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Managed services is a term that refers to the practice of outsourcing your company’s IT computer network support and management to improve business operations. Companies like Click IT would take the place of a full-time IT professional that you would normally have on staff. Companies that provide these managed services are called Managed Services Providers…

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As a Managed Services franchise, Click IT also provides repair services. We provide everything our franchise owners need to begin and operate their business. Insurance is an important component to any business, as this article stresses. Much of what’s discussed in this article (found at https://www.insureon.com/blog/how-to-start-a-successful-computer-repair-business) we provide to the awardees of our franchise. Reprinted…

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10 Franchisor Questions The franchisor should ask as many open-ended questions as possible. These kinds of questions can be revealing and provide insight into how prepared and capable the franchise candidate is. It can also indicate how well the person responds to an important subject or question the candidate hasn’t considered. In the event you…

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ROBERT EDWARDS of FRANCHISE CITY today released a thoughtful and provocative video regarding franchise brokers versus Minuteman Press. It’s worth watching because it confirms for me at least the value in our decision to embracing brokers as opposed to discouraging them. See the video below. Finding our ideal candidate for Click IT franchise ownership we feel…

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by Paul B. Brown – Contributor It probably first happened back in the late 1970s or early 1980s, when franchising started to get hot.  Someone who had started a company of their own looked at the people buying franchises, sneered, and said something like “franchisees are people who buy themselves a job. They are not…

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 Rieva Lesonsky One of the most frequently debated questions about being a franchisee is: “Are franchisees entrepreneurs?” Many (if not most) people, including franchise experts will tell you, “No, they’re not.” Franchise consultant Joel Libava, otherwise known as “The Franchise King”, agrees with that line of thinking. He told me, “No. The person who came up…

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