Ryan Hancock, aged only 22 and Optic-Kleer’s youngest ever new starter has recently started trading in Cornwall. In his first week he repaired 65 windscreens, which is a new record for the first week of trading and has kickstarted his new business as a windscreen repairer very nicely.
Ryan says “I had been working as a civil engineer and hadn’t really considered working for myself. I had my windscreen repaired by an Optic-Kleer operator and was so impressed by how professional Drew was and what a good job he made of my windscreen (and the fact that I did not have to pay anything) I decided to make enquiries for myself. As soon as I found out how the franchise worked I knew it was for me. The training and support that I have been given has been unbelievable. I was shown how to set up my business, how to run it successfully and given help with accounting. This made me have such a good start to my business and I am very excited about the successful and secure future I can build for myself”.
Paul Rawlinson has recently started repairing windscreens in and around Skegness and Lincoln. Paul has had his own successful businesses in the past but wanted something new that he could put his energies into. After seeing a local operator he made enquiries about buying a franchise and realised that this was just the opportunity he needed.
Paul says “It’s all still very new to me but I am enjoying the work and I’m sure I’ve made the right decision. The support from head office is first class“.
Optic-Kleer’s most recent franchise is Dean Caparn, who will be ready to start working in February once he has finished his training. Dean will be working around Southampton. He previously had his own business painting and decorating but wanted to run a business with more secure work and regular income.