Carpet and floor cleaning franchise Chem-Dry has signed a new Master Franchise agreement in Kenya. The company now has a presence in eleven African countries and over 50 countries globally.
The latest agreement is with entrepreneur Avit Kwareh, who already holds the Chem-Dry Master Franchise for neighboring Tanzania. He reports that both countries are prime opportunities for the Chem-Dry franchising model, which allows franchise owners to operate their businesses from home, as well as work a very flexible schedule.
Kwareh, said, “We have been raising awareness around Chem-Dry and the services we provide. We already are in discussions with many potential franchise owners in both countries, and are in the process of getting equipment here so that when they come on board we are ready to train them.”
Joe Manuszak, Vice President of International Development added, “Chem-Dry has successfully proven itself in markets around the world, thanks to a business model that rewards entrepreneurship and can adapt well to different cultures.”
Founded in 1977, Chem-Dry has a network spanning more than 53 countries and serving more than 11,000 homes and business a day worldwide.
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