MOLLY MAID Canada announced a return to its roots with the launch of the Neighbourhood Franchise Model for smaller communities.
This new model is not a replacement for the current traditional franchise but will operate alongside it, using the same tools and systems with ongoing support from the company.
Aaron Abrams, president and CEO of MOLLY MAID Canada said, “This is an amazing opportunity for more Canadians across the country to own a MOLLY MAID franchise. It will also allow those who haven’t had a chance to access the service due to their location, an opportunity to get the same professional clean we’ve been providing other Canadians for more than 40-years.”
There’s never been a better time to the join the brand, according to Abrams.
“Many of our fellow franchisors have seen their businesses devastated by the pandemic as a number of their franchisees were forced to shutter their doors due to the various lockdowns across the country. We’ve been very fortunate that our services have been in high demand and considered essential. We have remained operational ever since we reopened last May (after the Canada-wide lockdown), and business has been steadily growing,” he said.
Fiona Styant, director of franchise development for MOLLY MAID Canada said, “Customers have been requesting service in many of these markets for years. This means we’ve only selected communities where there has already been strong interest in our service.”