Whether you are looking for a part-time job to assist you alongside your full-time one during the cost-of-living crisis, you’re a stay-at-home parent looking for a side job or you’re looking at taking the plunge into the world of franchising without fully taking the leap. No matter what the circumstance is, joining a football franchise could be the perfect addition to your everyday life.
What are the benefits of running a part-time franchise?
There are many benefits to running a part-time franchise. Whether you are looking to turn the business into your full-time role, or just looking to make some money on the side, there are many benefits to opting for a franchise as your part-time side business.
Opting to start your football franchise as a part-time position is far less of a risk than either opting to change jobs or committing to it on a full-time basis. Keeping your full-time job whilst starting a new business can provide you with a great safety net while you work towards profitability with your new franchise venture.
2. Be the master of your own schedule
Part-time franchises are flexible and can be much more suitable for your lifestyle than taking a part-time job when you find yourself needing some extra cash. You will be your own boss, meaning you can choose the hours you work and how many hours you want to work. A football franchise is ideal to fit around your existing schedule, whatever that might be. Instead of having to get to work at 9 am, hours after you’ve woken up, and staying until 5 pm or 6 pm, you can start your day as soon as you rise and finish by lunchtime. Then, you’re free to do whatever you’d like, whether that means going to the gym, catching up with friends and family or even just getting on with household chores.
3. Potential for growth
Although you may have no intention of buying a franchise to become a franchisee full-time, it is always good to know that the option is there and there may be scope to grow and scale your business.
Starting with a franchise as a part-time business can be a great gateway to discovering if franchising is right for you.
4. Get help when you need it
One of the key benefits of franchising over starting your own business on your own is that you have a network of support there if you need it. Your franchisor is there for you to ask for advice to help you grow your business whenever you need it– after all, your franchise wants to see you succeed just as much as you want to. It’s a win-win for them!
There will also be a wealth of marketing materials available to assist you in promoting your business and the franchise as a whole.
5. Manage multiple projects at once
One major advantage of a flexible timetable is just how much more you can squeeze into your day around it. Without set working hours, you can design your week to suit what’s going on in your life, adjusting how much time you spend on your franchise each day (or even week) around other business ventures.
This makes a part-time franchise ideal for those who already have a job or a family to take care of. As long as you’re confident you’ve got enough time across the week to commit to the franchise opportunity, you’ll be able to work your new venture around everything else.
You can find out more about running a BabyBallers football franchise here.