New Workshop / Garage Launch Checklist

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We’ve always been committed to delivering top-notch services in the automotive industry. Over the years, we’ve successfully managed a network of company-owned and franchise car repair outlets, earning a reputation for excellence and consistency.

One of the key factors behind our success has been our unwavering focus on maintaining the highest standards across all our outlets. To ensure that each new franchisee gets off to a strong start and that our company-owned outlets continue to meet our stringent criteria, we’ve developed a comprehensive New Oultet / Franchise Launch Checklist.

This detailed checklist spans the entire journey from the moment a franchisee expresses interest in joining a network to the exciting day of outlet launch. It encompasses a wide range of crucial topics, including franchise evaluation and sign-up, registrations, spares and sourcing, information technology, marketing, branding, infrastructure, HR, training, pre-launch preparations, and the grand opening.

We understand that launching a new outlet or setting up a franchise network is a significant undertaking, and meticulous project management is key to its success. That’s why we’re thrilled to make our meticulously crafted Franchise Launch Checklist available here for the benefit of the other folks in the auto repair industry.

Whether you’re a franchisor, an entrepreneur venturing into the automotive service industry or launching a new outlet, our checklist can be an invaluable resource. It reflects our commitment to transparency, quality, and shared success. We believe that by sharing our knowledge and experience, we can help others achieve their goals and raise industry standards. Best to you!

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Together, we can drive excellence in the automotive service industry.


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