Revolutionary Franchise Opportunity

The Role…

HER Business Revolution are looking for motivated and energetic Area Events Manager Franchise Owners to organise and promote our calendar of yearly events aimed to educate, connect, support and empower Female Business Owners.

With the passion and drive to grow our successful network of business women, the ideal candidate will be responsible for:

  • Arranging networking meetings and larger business training, wellbeing and empowerment events in your area – including organising the venues and logistics, selling sponsorship and stand space, arranging speakers, and hosting the larger events to ensure they run as smoothly as possible
  • Communicating with network meeting leaders and supporting them with organising and promoting their meetings
  • Building strong relationships with our members and supporters, and spreading the word about the amazing products and services we have to offer!

The Franchise Opportunity…

Did you know that 60% of franchises start with one location? And this is true for HER Business Revolution!

Our Founder, Serena Fordham, started the company as one small monthly networking event in Norfolk in 2015 and since then we have grown substantially across the UK, and are continuing to look at opportunities to expand our Franchises internationally.

If you aren’t familiar with what a Franchise is, the dictionary definition is “an authorisation granted by a government or company to an individual or group enabling them to carry out specified commercial activities e.g. activity as an agent for a company’s product”.

But at HER Business Revolution we like to know it as a mutually beneficial business opportunity between us and our Franchisees to support Female Entrepreneurs, while making a good living for everyone involved!

Here’s an interesting fact – 75% of businesses that open on their own are gone after 5 years, 93% of franchise businesses are still open after 5 years.

The reason for this is that Franchise Owners invest their own time, expertise and money into their business, which means that both the company and individual Franchisee have a vested interest in the business, and therefore both want to make it a huge success!

Unlike a Multi-Level-Marketing Business, where usually a small upfront payment is required, a Franchisee has full sole rights to trade within their designated area, and no other person is permitted to sell the company’s services within the boundaries of that area, thus eliminating competition and ensuring that the Franchisee has the most potential to run a successful and profitable business in their area.

Also, unlike running a business on your own, a Franchise creates a shared liability between Franchisor and Franchisee, and the Franchisor provides the platform of an already successful company – as well as training, advice, centralised support/administration, exclusive permission to use brand, and all legalities relating to the company – meaning the Franchisee can focus on growing their Franchise Business and selling to generate income faster than a traditional business model.

At HER Business Revolution we use this business model because we value the Female Business Owners we support, and know that Franchisees have the most understanding of their local market, therefore we can work closely together to offer the absolute best services and events to these Business Superwomen!

Plus, Franchisees are always coming up with amazing ideas to support our customers, and as we already have all the branding, marketing material, social media following (and have already made – and spent money on – all the trying-and-testing), this means that our Franchisees are free to focus on putting together amazing events and growing the membership within their area boundaries.

What You Get…

  • Administrative Support – Worth at least £10,660pa/$14,650pa
  • Free office and event space – Worth at least £2,400pa/$3,300pa
  • Access to a speaker bank/done for you training sessions – Worth at least £2,000pa/$2,750pa
  • Online training platform, startup and marketing guide and ongoing coaching, support and mentoring to grow your franchise business – Worth at least £12,000pa/$16,500pa
  • Monthly Area Event Manager training calls and WhatsApp group for ongoing feedback and guidance – Worth at least £2,000pa/$2,750pa
  • Use of central CRM system, eventbrite, social media platforms, mailing list and website (Centralised Marketing, Social Media Management and Administration) – Worth at least £12,000pa/$16,500pa
  • Exclusive use of company marks, materials, activities and events in your specified area – Worth at least £2,000pa/$2,750pa
  • Funding to help with cash flow and to help you cover your franchise costs while you build your franchise business
  • Profit share of the whole HER Business Revolution empire after 1 year
  • Income of 75% commission on all the events you run in your area (paid upfront, in installments or afterwards depending on each event) – As a guide, large events equate to an average profit of £2,000-5,000/$2,750-$6,875, and small networking events provide the opportunity to attract guests to become members and sell larger events/membership
  • Income of 75% commission on all membership sales (paid in full the month after sale is made) – As a guide, minimum targets of 10 new members per month per franchise equates to £1,350/$1,850 income per month

What We Ask…

  • An ambitious and self-driven person who is passionate about helping and supporting Female Entrepreneurs to build bigger, better and more profitable businesses, while looking after themselves and their wellbeing
  • 3 year commitment with initial 3 month no payment term for full onboarding training (renewal available after this term subject to performance review)
  • Initial franchise set up fee, after 3 month initial term fee of £4,995/$6,875 + VAT payable via annual or monthly installments over the 3 year agreement term
  • Monthly service fee of 20% of event and membership sales, plus, 5% for marketing, training and events levy
  • A minimum of 10 hours per week commitment (which can be conducted alongside another employment/self-employment role)
  • The delivery of at least 3 large events per year and at least 2 small networking meetings per month (24 per year) within your franchise area, and a minimum target of 10 new membership sales per month (following initial 3 month onboarding term)

In Summary, We Give You…

Over £43,000/$59,000 Resources/Tools Per Year
And Over £31,000/$42,750 Income Per Year

In Exchange For…

3 Year Agreement, And 10 Hours Commitment Per Week
3 Months Free, Then £4,995/$6,875 Payable Over 3 Years

* All figures shown are correct at the time of publishing (April 2021) and income figures are based on the achievement of performance targets

Join Our Team…

If you have already confirmed your Franchise Area with our team then please proceed to set up your payment subscription and access to your exclusive training area by clicking one of the “Join Now” buttons below.

If you haven’t yet secured your area, or you are interested in low cost finance to start you Revolutionary Franchise Business just Contact Us.

Annually

HER Business Revolution Franchise Annual GDP

£1,665 + VAT Per Year For 3 Years

HER Business Revolution Franchise Annual USD

$2,750 + VAT Per Year For 3 Years

Monthly (+15%)

HER Business Revolution Franchise Monthly GDP

£138.75 + VAT Per Month For 36 Months

HER Business Revolution Franchise Monthly USD

$190.97 + VAT Per Month For 36 Months

An Insight Into Being An Area Event Manager Franchise Business Owner…

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Carol Robinson

What drew you to the role of being an Area Event Manager (AEM) Franchise Business Owner?

Wanting to meet more-like minded inspiring individuals. I also love organising events and connecting people together.

How has being an AEM benefitted your other business?

As my business ‘One of a Kind Club’ is all about inspiring confidence through the power of jewellery and HER Business Revolution is all about empowering business women – the two brands align. Business in one area can flow into the other so it is doubly beneficial.

How do you fit your AEM role responsibilities around your business?

I’m very agile and love this. I plan in time to do both areas for the week, but then at times one may take a priority – for example when organising a live event. Portfolio careers allow this to occur.

How do you fit you AEM responsibilities around your family life/other responsibilities?

I have two young children so love that the hours aren’t set to specific times, which means I can work around school/nursery pick up and drop off times.

What growth have you experienced as a person as result of being an AEM?

Realising I’ve got a lot of experience and I can help other businesses has made me grow as a person. I’ve also learnt from the team about mindset, social media and photography.

What has been your proudest moment/greatest achievement as an AEM?

2020/2021 has been a coronacoaster of a year and keeping positive and supportive during this time has made me proud. We’ve held successful virtual expos to help businesses get their message out and support them closely too.

What personal attribute do you have that you feel contributes best to your role as an AEM?

Being supportive – we are here as a team to help everyone do and feel better.

What are your motivations for event planning?

I love introducing people, forming collaborations and friendships. Also, I’m a ‘life learner’ so love learning new things.

What do you enjoy most about your role?

Attending interesting events on and offline, meeting new people, helping others learn new things – all in a fun and supportive environment.

How do you keep up with industry trends?

I love learning so keep up to date through social media, following relevant media, researching the market, listening and being generally nosy.

How do you personally measure success in this role?

By helping others to do their best – and you get that through introducing new members to the supportive network.

What has been your most challenging moment as an AEM, and what did you learn from that experience?

Covid hitting after taking on the role – we’ve adapted the meetings and have loved being involved centrally with how to evolve the business.

Are there any new skills that you have acquired through this role?

Better negotiation skills.

What is the most rewarding part of being an AEM?

Helping members achieve results.

If there was one piece of advice you could have given yourself before you started this role, what would it be?

Believe in yourself more as you can do it!

Melissa Compton

What drew you to the role of being an Area Event Manager (AEM) Franchise Business Owner?

I wanted to be able to help other small business owners and loved the supportive and empowering attitude of HER Business Revolution.

How has being an AEM benefitted your other business?

It definitely has given my other business more exposure.

How do you fit you AEM role responsibilities around your business?

I simply get up a bit earlier to plan my day, the role is flexible which helps.

How do you fit you AEM responsibilities around your family life/other responsibilities?

Good scheduling – I try to schedule time for my home life into each day.

What growth have you experienced as a person as result of being an AEM?

I am more social as a result of being an AEM.

What has been your proudest moment/greatest achievement as an AEM?

Planning the HER Retreat 2022.

What personal attribute do you have that you feel contributes best to your role as an AEM?

I love helping other people and I am good communicator.

What are your motivations for event planning?

I love planning events that will benefit the members a combination of pleasure and learning new skills.

What do you enjoy most about your role?

Planning events and making videos.

How do you keep up with industry trends?

Reading, taking webinars and researching online.

How do you personally measure success in this role?

I think I have had some success, it’s early days.

What has been your most challenging moment as an AEM, and what did you learn from that experience?

Technical issues with Zoom, but the great thing about the HBR team is there’s usually someone who knows how to help.

Are there any new skills that you have acquired through this role?

I am getting more comfortable in front of a camera.

What is the most rewarding part of being an AEM?

When members feedback that a session was helpful.

If there was one piece of advice you could have given yourself before you started this role, what would it be?

Honesty, it would be to just dive in and get started – I wasn’t sure if I even qualified to do it when I started, so try not to overthink it!

Our Franchise Areas…

We are especially looking to find franchise owners in the following areas:

  • United Kingdom – Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, London, Midlands, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and South UK (other UK areas considered)
  • USA (all States), Australia, Thailand, and South Africa (all areas)

Example Event Income and Profit (HER Conference 2019)£
+ HER Conference Sponsorship Revenue7,000
+ HER Conference Ticket and Standholder Revenue5,450
– Minus 25% Royalty/Levy3,112.50
– Minus Event Expenses2,920
Total Event Profit£6,417.50