Nationally Recognized, Woman-Owned Computer Services Company Comes to Rescue of Entrepreneurs Seeking to Take Control of Professional Destiny
Boca Raton, Florida - Celebrated woman entrepreneur Yvonne Graber is prescribing a dose of inspiration for the pain America's professionals are enduring because of today's economy.
The recent finalist of the popular Make Mine a Million $ Business competition, a business growth marathon designed to encourage women entrepreneurs to reach their goals, announced today that she has begun to franchise Computer Community Hospital, a computer services business providing a wide range of solutions designed for small to mid-size businesses (SMBs) and consumers with personal computers. Graber's plans include regional growth in Florida, followed by national expansion with entrepreneurs who, like herself, aspire to achieve the American dream.
"Computer Community Hospital has prospered during these challenging times," said Graber, who started the company in 2004 in Boca Raton, Florida. "Consumers are becoming more dependent on computers with each passing day and SMBs want to get the most out of their technology, especially as employee counts are shrinking. We are a trusted, affordable partner to many businesses and a welcome tech expert for consumers unsure of how to resolve computer issues."
Graber, 56, left a successful career in the garment industry in 2001 in favor of what she calls, "a less age-discriminate technology industry." After three years of educational and professional training, which included time as an IBM field technician, Graber grabbed hold of her entrepreneurial ambition and launched Computer Community Hospital. Now, she is sharing her proven business model with others seeking to reach their professional goals as business owners.
"The low-overhead business model embraces the reality of today's economic crisis," added Graber. "We have created a practical franchise opportunity with a line of IT services and products that all consumers and small to mid-size businesses need as they are forced to do more with less."
True to the company's tagline, "Where the doctor is always in," Computer Community Hospital offers 24/7 service, human response to customer calls and a comprehensive suite of service offerings at $99 per hour for in-person support and less than $2 dollars per minute for remote support. Plus, Computer Community Hospital has become a favorite of consumers and local businesses because of the plain-speak language that defines the company's approach to client interaction.
"Consumers and businesses are fed up with long hold times, pricey service calls, deficient equipment and downright ineffective communication," Graber said. "As our footprint expands across the United States, businesses and households in every corner of the country will have a better answer to their computer needs."
Sensing the opportunity to end widespread frustration with computer repair and products across the United States, Computer Community Hospital is expanding initially through growth opportunities in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tampa. The low $40,000 franchise fee includes the tools of a proven system, complete with ongoing training, car purchase/leasing guidance, the ongoing research and development of new service offerings, and continuing, effective marketing programs. According to Graber, franchise investors with varying degrees of technology experience will benefit from the guidance Computer Community Hospital's home office offers in every aspect of the business' operations.
The brand's colorfully wrapped car serves as its most visible marketing channel and is a required component of the business opportunity. The popular computer logo with a thermometer in its "mouth" also has helped the company distinguish itself from other computer service vendors.
Founded in 2004, Computer Community Hospital is an on-site computer repair franchise. The company provides quick, affordable, and no-hassle computer repair services.