June 15, 2015 // Franchising.com // DENVER – Handyman Matters, a nationally recognized franchise concept and leader in the mutli-billion dollar home improvement and home repair services industry, announces it has added two new executives to its franchise development team.
Stacy Soderstrom has joined as Vice President of Franchise Development, while Jameka Spencer has been named Director of Franchise Development.
In their new roles, Soderstrom and Spencer will be responsible for leading the franchise sales team in developing and implementing new strategies to further expand the Handyman Matters brand footprint.
“We’re very excited to have Stacy and Jameka on board with us,” said Andy Bell, founder and CEO of Handyman Matters. “Executives with their level of franchise success and experience is a huge advantage for us and all our franchisees. Bringing them to the team is a great step in the right direction for Handyman Matters.”
Soderstrom comes to Handyman Matters with 12 years of franchise experience, most of which was spent in the QSR and Fast Casual segments of the restaurant industry. Working with everything from start-ups to more established national brands, Soderstrom has been involved with all aspects of franchise development, including sales, lead generation, market planning, brand expansion, franchise relations, site selection and construction.
Spencer brings 12 years of experience in the home improvement industry to Handyman Matters. For the last eight years, she has served as the Director of Install Service for a large window manufacturer, managing eight offices throughout 13 states, six managers, 30 team members and more than 80 subcontractors.
“We’re ready to take the Handyman Matters franchise development team forward from a solid foundation to achieving and exceeding our strategic goals,” said Soderstrom on behalf of both appointees. “New lead generation and aggressive development initiatives will not just increase the quantity, but more importantly, the quality of future franchise partners.”
The appointments come at a monumental time for the prospering franchise. Handyman Matters continues to excel as it has grown to more than 125 locations throughout 29 states. Company plans call for adding as any as 20-25 additional territories in 2015.
For more information about Handyman Matters, visit www.handymanmatters.com. To learn more about the opportunity to own and operate a Handyman Matters franchise, visit www.handymanmattersfranchising.com.
Launched in 1998, Handyman Matters has quickly established itself as a leader in the multi-billion dollar home improvement and home repair services industry. The Denver-based franchise tackles everything from simple home repair needs to more complex home improvement projects, and has completed nearly one million home improvement jobs nationwide in the last 18 years. Currently, there are more than 125 Handyman Matters locations throughout the United States. For more information visit Handyman Matters online at www.handymanmatters.com.
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