Aspray franchisee Clive Hawkesley joined the Aspray network in September 2013. Married with three children Clive heads up Aspray Tunbridge Wells along with his wife Nathalie Hawkesley. Together, along with the help of Aspray’s Head Office team, Clive and Nathalie run an extremely successful business.
Clive has applied his skills and experience within the property and building industry into launching his Aspray franchise and since joining the Aspray network Clive and Nathalie have hit the ground running with their business marketing strategy with the help of Aspray’s Head of Sales and Marketing, Andrea Loasby, and have identified the importance of ensuring their local community is aware of the Aspray brand and the service they provide.
Moreover, Clive’s business has boomed over recent months due to the bad weather in the South which has resulted in him achieving his first year’s projected turnover in the space of two months. Clive says:
"I have never shied away from hard work, but the gratitude of the clients we have helped so far has made the long hours worthwhile and the positive feedback has been just as rewarding as the financial return."
Aspray franchisees project manage property insurance claims from the start of the claim to the completion of works, liaising with the insurance company directly to ensure the customer receives a fair settlement. Additionally, franchisees will also manage vetted tradespeople and suppliers to complete any and all property repair works to the highest standard.
Aspray offer you the opportunity to apply to run a successful business just like Clive. However, expect to have to prove your skills throughout the recruitment process as Aspray seek the most professional of candidates to project manage claims on behalf of their valued customers.
Nathan and Sam Merritt are into their third year at Aspray (Sutton Coldfield) and are expanding further. We caught up with them to discuss their franchise and plans for the future.
George Masterton of Aspray Peterborough has been an example of a franchisee who has been able to hit the ground running straight away with a ready-made presence in his territory.
Iain Speedie, representing Aspray (Chester), is looking to make an impact in the local community by becoming the title sponsor of the Deeside Dragons Ice Hockey club.
Colin also plays a very important role within the Aspray network, offering mentoring and speaking to interested candidates on his experiences as an Aspray franchisee.
George Cusack became a project management franchisee with Aspray in November 2018. After a long and successful career in the motor trade working in various management roles, George wanted to work for himself.
Perry Dawson is Aspray’s recently established franchise owner of the Colchester territory.
Jack Connor was an approved contractor for Aspray and he is now a successful Aspray franchisee himself.
Director of Aspray Luton, Barry Thurston, hosted a very successful launch event for the opening of his new local business.
It’s seeing people satisfied, happy and resolved and knowing that over the ten years you’ve helped people get back to their life. You see the homeowner, or policyholder satisfied and smiling, or you that the claims has caused them the minimum inconvenience, that’s what you have achieved for them.Roy Bowen
Since the start, I have taken part in the peer-to-peer support offered through head office. I feel it’s important to be engaged and involved with this type of support. I don’t want to see people in the network struggle and at the same time, it allows me the opportunity to learn and grow from others that do the same job in different ways.Jack Parkhouse
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