InXpress Chester and Manchester owner, Nikki, took a calculated risk when she left teaching.
InXpress has given 30-year-old Sam Orders the opportunity of a lifetime and the chance to Give Back.
Some people dream of owning a business. Few people step out to achieve it! Steve Abbott, with the support of the InXpress franchise, saw his career dream come true!
Rob Williams will soon be celebrating 10 years of success with InXpress.
As one of the youngest franchisees in the InXpress network, Kully Sahota has certainly proved that age has no limit!
Neil Hatt talks to us about running his business in Birmingham, why he chose InXpress and his plans for the future.
I chose to franchise with InXpress because it’s like someone’s got their arm around you. I also liked the fact that you didn’t need a lot to run the business. You can run it from home, an office or anywhere in the world as long as you’ve got an internet connection.Kully Sahota, Peterborough franchisee since October 2012
I’ve known about franchising for quite a while and I’m reassured by the fact that 95% of franchisees are still in business after 5 years. New businesses often fail before the initial five years.Bill Carter, Liverpool franchisee since 2008
With InXpress you don’t buy or sell stock so the business has low overheads and you don’t lose money on damaged stock. You’re selling the services of world branded products and it’s much easier to sell DHL services than white van. E-commerce is booming at the moment because more and more people are now buying online.Craig Atkins, Reading franchisee since 2007
No inventory, no warehousing, minimum overheads
Low entry cost
High income potential