MaidPro announced today that is has been named to Franchise Business Review's 2013 Top Low Cost Franchises report, and ranked as the top low-cost maid service franchise. Earlier this year, MaidPro was also named to FBR's Overall Top 50 Best of the Best (FBR50) franchise companies based on franchisee satisfaction, earning the best ratings of any maid service franchise included in the extensive study.
Now in its eighth year, the FBR50 is the only awards program to rank companies based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction. The study involved some 26,000 franchisees, and more than 350 franchise brands. Franchisees were asked to rate their experience across a number of categories including training and support, operations, franchisor/franchisee relations, financial opportunity, success and much more. Participation is optional to the franchisor, and only those truly conscious of franchisee satisfaction partake.
"These franchisors truly understand the importance of surveying their operators. If franchisees aren't happy, they won't validate your system, and you won't sell franchises--it's really that simple," said Franchise Business Review president Michelle Rowan.
"The brands that are our top franchises each year show time and time again that when you put your franchisees first, it shows." Rowan adds, "MaidPro is part of an even more elite group in that they have been ranked as the top franchisor in the maid service industry, and included in our list all seven years!"
"We are thrilled to receive yet another recognition award from FBR," says Chuck Lynch, Vice President of Planning and Development for MaidPro. "We have always taken pride in the personal support we provide to our franchisees - we really do put them first. It's an incredibly rewarding experience to speak to a hopeful entrepreneur just looking to start a cleaning business, and then one year later to see how they have grown."
"It's great to be recognized as a top franchise, and a low cost opportunity!" says Brian Moyer, Franchise Development Manager for MaidPro. "Many of the entrepreneurs I talk to are shocked to hear that they can be up and running for as little as $30K."