Dynamic Women franchisees find success with Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash & Grooming
Women franchisees mean business at Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash & Grooming and the statistics speak for themselves. While national figures show that only 20% of small businesses are owned by women and 11% of franchises bought by women, Aussie Pooch Mobile comprises over 65% women.
And they are extremely successful women at that collectively winning numerous awards including Franchisee of the Year/Franchisee Woman of the Year on a national and state basis, Telstra Business awards and Consumer community voted awards.
Founded in 1991 by a then 21-year-old Chris Taylor, today one of Australia’s most successful and influential business women, Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash & Grooming was the first franchise system of its kind, and is still the largest franchised dog wash and care company in the world with over 155 operators in Australia, United Kingdom, Malaysia, New Zealand, New Caledonia and the USA.
But what is the draw-card for women and why are they proving so successful?
“Aussie Pooch Mobile has been built on a basis of an extended family, both from our customer’s point of view with their dogs being an extended member of their families and our franchisees being part of the Aussie Pooch Family.
“This family business suits women with a passion for dogs, a caring nature and a will to succeed. As a mother of two I understand the need of today’s woman in the work place and have established support and ongoing training and development that allows women the opportunity to create a successful business while balancing their family and leisure time. Franchising is the ultimate business model to allow women the opportunity and confidence to create a business for themselves but not by themselves,” says
So at Aussie Pooch Mobile Dog Wash & Grooming it’s ‘secret women’s business’ but men are also more than welcome.