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Pro-Tect Alarms welcomes its newest franchisee for East London

Press Release: November 27, 2018

Pro-Tect Alarms, which produces a range of home security alarms, including CCTV and two-way voice monitoring launched its own franchise scheme in July of this year, and since then the company has seen the number of franchise applications increase month-on-month.

Rob Worthington, Pro-Tect Alarms Franchise Manager said, “the success of the scheme is down to the company’s innovative products and the benefits provided to each franchise, in terms of business growth and year-on-year earnings.”

The firm’s newest franchisee, Gulfraz Muwas, from East London, launched his Pro-Tect Alarms franchise this week and is already seeing benefits to starting his franchise.

“I looked at a number of franchise business opportunities, but the scheme offered by Pro-Tect Alarms presented a much better growth potential, which would enable me to grow a successful business. I would recommend the Pro-Tect Alarms franchise scheme to everyone.” Commented Gulfraz.

The company’s scheme is based on a reciprocal process, with one of the scheme’s biggest USPs being the residual income, which means the company (Pro-Tect Alarms) only succeeds if the franchisees succeed. The earning potential is based on three key elements: a strong franchise and franchisee partnership, quality of products and quality of service.

For more than 15 years, Pro-Tect Alarms has been developing and installing its own range of home alarms, safeguarding thousands of customer homes and small businesses across England and the company is already predicting sufficient growth in 2019, both in terms of product development and franchise applications.

If you would like to know more about starting a Pro-Tect Alarms franchise, contact Rob Worthington on Tel: 0808 281 0148, or email rob@pro-tectalarms.co.uk. You can also visit pro-tectalarms.co.uk for further details relating to the company’s products and services.

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