Aspray’s Jack Connor joined the Aspray team in April 2014. Not only did Jack double his target for first year turnover but has received nothing but positive feedback from Aspray customers and introducers.
Because I worked for Aspray (Guildford) as a contractor and could see potential for a bigger business than I was currently running. It looked like a good lifestyle too!
I was a plasterer and decorator for about 10 years prior to joining Aspray.
Make sure you handle quite a few claims to completion before pushing to expand your business. You need good experience with insurers, Loss Adjusters and Contractors to be able to successfully manage multiple claims at any one time. If you are handling a lot of claims for big introducers before you are confident in doing so you could risk looking unprofessional. Don’t run before you can walk!
Receiving good feedback and testimonials, seeing works completed to a high standard and getting paid! Clearing jobs off your list makes room for new ones.
The support is first class. Everybody at HO has a vital role to play and they are all great. General advice on complicated claims or situations you have not come across before are most common. If Hayley or Lucy cannot help (which is rare) then Julie Parker is always on hand to guide you through difficult claims.
Becoming a professional as opposed to a tradesman. I love wearing a suit to work and also having a business that suits my life. I have a young family and this job gives me the time to be around to watch my kids grow up as well as running a successful business. A good work and family balance is extremely important to me.
Very good. I love my job and the person I am becoming as a result of a change in career. I don’t really have any negatives as yet.
It meant a lot. I was really not expecting it at all and although I knew I had a good first year, it’s hard to compare it to that of all the other franchisees to know just how well you are doing. I think the mixture of good feedback, no complaints, difficult claims and a good first year turnover which all contributed to the award.
David Rayner joined Aspray in 2016 and runs his franchise in Darlington.
Jack Connor was an approved contractor for Aspray and he is now a successful Aspray franchisee himself.
After attending an Aspray discovery seminar Glenn is now the proud owner of an his own territory.
Craig Conley joined Aspray in 2013 coming from a property development background.
Director of Aspray Luton, Barry Thurston, hosted a very successful launch event for the opening of his new local business.
Take a look into a day in the life of a successful Aspray franchisee, Gary Tunney.
Clive and Nathalie Hawkesley joined the Aspray network in September 2013.
In 2012, after 6 years in business and a number of personal life changing events, David and wife Helen reviewed their business and work/life balance and decided the time was right to work together to develop Aspray Sheffield.
In Belfast, Michael Crilly’s turnover increased by 300% last year.
I now have much more control over my day which means that I can take time out to ferry the kids around or go to their school play.Bernadette Lloyd
Every franchisee receives comprehensive support from Aspray's national operations centre and a dedicated team of field support personnel
Aspray Claims Management franchisees enjoy a business that involves no cold calling, very low overheads (you can work from home), flexible working days and a high level of demand
By joining Aspray and following their 'Business Blueprint' franchisees have the opportunity to launch and build a successful and valuable business locally