Low Cost Franchises – Investing in Business Ownership
For those reluctant or unable to make a substantial financial, but who still want to take advantage of a proven franchise system, there are low-cost alternatives in all types of industries. Here are some examples of franchises for under $15,000 that can open the door to business ownership and self-employment:
Value Forward Executive Management Consulting: Business-to-business management consulting that provides extensive training and support. BCM Management Servcies: An international team of management, financial and engineering experts that provides cost reduction consulting services to small, medium and large organizations.
Theater Fun: An educational program that brings lively theater arts to children through fun and exciting parties, theater classes, etiquette classes and school assembly productions.
Eureka Specialty Wood Products: Work from home opportunity building and selling furniture to the public and retailers.
Creation Carpets of America: A leading provider of popular flooring who independent dealers sell all types of popular flooring products, from carpet to hardwood, tiles and laminates. The Pull-Out Shelf Company: The largest custom pull-out shelf distributor in the U.S., with authorized dealers in 20 states. Made in the Shade: One of the lowest cost window treatment dealerships in the nation, and a home-based business that offers the potential for a very lucrative income.
The Drug Test Consultant: A turnkey drug testing business that provides workplace, home and background check drug testing.
Health & Beauty
Solei Systems Skincare Equipment: A distributor opportunity to establish dealers for a complete line of futuristic anti-aging skin treatment machines.
Food & Gifts
Candy Boquet: A delicious gift alternative to flowers, this franchise can be started for under 10K.
EBiz Marketing Systems: Be an Internet consultant who helps businesses with Internet strategies and web sites.
The Back Rubber: A wonderful massage chair that offers a vending machine business for as little as $1,800. The Gumball Factory: A candy machine that is entertaining too with grabbing graphics, music and an action packed gumball show.
These are just a few of the franchisees and businesses that can be bought for less than $15,000. Some offer extensive training and support while others are strictly independent business opportunities.