A Franchise With Flexibility: Kitchen Tune-Up's 3 Business Models
Starting a business can be a nerve-racking venture, especially if you have to figure out your business plan and marketing strategies on your own. What is supposed to give you more agency and flexibility in your life often becomes an all-consuming process until you can get your business stable.
Opening a franchise helps to mitigate some of the challenges of starting your own business, allowing you to work with an already-established name and a tried-and-true business plan. Our Kitchen Tune-Up franchise provides a trusted name, plenty of support, and different options to help you achieve your goals.
Starting your own franchise business with Kitchen Tune-Up doesn’t require a remodeling background and we have franchise owners that come from all walks of life. The most important skill in becoming a franchisee is managing people and tasks. Your training begins with a home study component that covers the groundwork for opening your own successful Kitchen Tune-Up business. After you complete this portion of your training you’ll travel for a five-day session of KTUniversity at our Home Office in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Your ongoing training will then consist of online modules that you can access from anywhere. We are committed to providing the resources, information, and training necessary to operate a successful Kitchen Tune-Up franchise.
We suggest franchisees choose the business model that best aligns with their goals and investment level. There are three different models that our franchise owners can choose from:
- Mobile kitchen consulting: Home-based consultants work with customers in their homes, providing information and pricing quotes. These professionals have a flexible schedule that works particularly well with life and family commitments.
- Design centers: Design centers are by-appointment locations that welcome potential customers to learn more. Franchisees that choose to operate in a design center benefit from the flexibility of an appointment system with the convenience of an on-site location.
- Retail centers: Operating a retail center allows the franchisee the ability to both take appointments and welcome walk-in customers. These locations are open typical retail hours and are often highly visible in the community.
If you’re interested in learning more about starting your own franchise business with Kitchen Tune-Up, contact us today. We can answer any questions you may have about our company and the benefits of becoming a franchisee.