ALPHARETTA, GA - (Marketwired - Sep 16, 2014) - Maid Right residential cleaning franchises provide an attractive investment opportunity for Latino entrepreneurs for as little as $1,600. Maid Right Master Franchise Owners identify the customers, provide training and support for Unit Franchise Owners who deliver the Maid Right Signature Clean. This approach allows a local Unit Owner to control their earnings by the superior cleaning and quality of work they deliver for the customer.
With the Hispanic American population expected to grow to 128 million by 2060, Maid Right recognizes the potential its unique franchisee business model has for hard working Latinos who want to own a cleaning business without the risks associated with independent cleaning services.
According to a report published by the International Franchise Association, today only 5.2 percent of American franchise businesses are owned by Hispanic Americans. Lack of funding and information present stumbling blocks to existing and aspiring Latino entrepreneurs who wish to own a franchise. As franchises like Maid Right reach out to the Latino community, ownership rates will grow.
Danessa Itaya, Vice President with Maid Right Franchising, LLC explains the company's commitment to reaching the Hispanic community with its business ownership model, "We are already seeing an increase in the number of Hispanic-owned franchises in our areas of operation as Hispanic entrepreneurs learn about the benefits of our unique two-tier Master/Unit Ownership."
If you are considering a franchise in the residential cleaning industry, Maid Right franchise unit ownership is one of the leading franchise opportunities for US Hispanics nationwide.
There are many businesses actively involved in the Hispanic Heritage Month celebration that takes place every year from September 15th to October 15th. During this month-long celebration, it is important to remind members of the Latino business community about the business opportunities available to them.
In a "franchise-update" article published on franchising.com, Sebastian Aroca, Managing Partner with Hispanic Market Advisors explains why franchise ownership among Hispanics will continue to grow. Aroca says, "The residential cleaning category appears to be a great fit for Latinos who want to start their own business in their local communities. Franchise unit owners enjoy the opportunity to earn higher income while enjoying the stability of residential cleaning, which seems to be a recession-resistant industry."
Since many Hispanics prefer to consume information in Spanish, Maid Right Franchising has developed a bilingual website http://www.maidrightlatino.com that allows Hispanic entrepreneurs, regardless of their language preference, to connect directly with Maid Right Master Franchise Owners.
Currently, the Maid Right Latino program is being offered in four territories close to West Palm Beach, Florida, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Phoenix, Arizona and Roswell, Georgia. Here are the URLs to those websites:
Learn more about how to own a franchise with Maid Right Latino http://www.maidrightlatino.com/own-a-franchise/. Or call 1-888-675-2095 to learn if you qualify as a potential unit franchise owner.
The terms "Latino" and "Hispanic" are used interchangeably in this press release.
Maid Right, one of the Premium Franchise Brands companies, is a top ranked global leader in franchise residential cleaning. With the MaidRightLatino.com website, the company seeks to offer opportunities to build a family business to the Hispanic business community. For more information, visit: http://www.maidrightlatino.com/request-a-franchise-kit/
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A unique concept within the residential cleaning franchise arena, the Maid Right Home Cleaning Franchise is the first and only residential cleaning franchise in America with the Master/Unit business model concept.