US-based Dental Fix Rx has signed a master franchise agreement with Paige McCutcheon of Calgary to develop its business in Alberta, Canada. McCutcheon will operate a Dental Fix Rx franchise in Calgary before sourcing franchisees for additional locations. McCutcheon will open another three Dental Fix Rx outlets this year, with a goal of having five in use within the next three years.
“As an entrepreneur at heart, I was looking for a new opportunity that had strong profitability potential and a reasonable cost of entry,” McCutcheon said. “Dental Fix Rx was the answer. There will always be a need for dentistry services, and therefore will always be a need for a repair provider to fix equipment specific to their industry. What’s great about Dental Fix is that the company is a one-stop shop for any dental office’s repair needs. Plus, there are no competitors that offer the same depth of services or value to customers.”
Dental Fix Rx EVP of Business Development, Scott Mortier said, “We’re continuing to gain significant attention in the dental industry through our reputation for faster repair solutions and high-level customer service. There’s a huge unmet need within the dental community for equipment repair services and no other national brand is meeting these needs effectively besides Dental Fix Rx. This, coupled with the fact that we have little to no competition, has poised our franchise and our franchisees for continued, fast-pace growth.”
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