At Bin There Dump That we've carefully assembled a team of franchise professionals that intentionally created a "franchisee centric culture". Everyone has walked into an office or company where the air was charged with negative or positive energy. People either loved to be at work or they were just putting in time. This is a function of leadership - a commitment to values and to excellence.
Many members of our leadership team have, at one point in their career, operated a franchise business and therefore understand how a Franchise Operator/Franchisor works best - partners in success. We have learned from our own personal experience what it takes to do the research about becoming a franchise - making the decision, signing the agreement, completing training and finally running the business. One could say we've been there and done that!
Franchise Candidates often ask, who are Bin There Dump That Franchisees? What is their background? Why did they choose Bin There Dump That?.
It's important to get a feel for who the people involved in a franchise system (we consider ourselves to be a team) are and whether they are people you believe are representing the Bin There Dump That brand positively across North America.
Nothing against truck drivers, but Bin There Dump That franchisees aren't truck drivers! They're business people who are motivated to be in business to be profitable and create and share a comfortable lifestyle with their family.
Our Franchise Operators come from diverse backgrounds. Some have transitioned from their professions as lawyers, engineers and teachers. Some have spent years working in 'corporate America' and were simply ready to create something to call their own. Some of our franchisees have owned other businesses and saw Bin There Dump That as a great opportunity to add on to what they already do (there are some great complimentary businesses for Bin There Dump That).
Part of the process of learning about Bin There Dump That is to actually speak with some of our Franchise Operators across North America. These discussions give the Franchise Candidate direct insight into what it's really like to be a Bin There Dump That Franchise Operator - this is arguably the most important step in the Due Diligence process. (A Bin There Dump That representative will indicate when it's appropriate to begin speaking with Franchise Operators.)← Previous: About Us Next: Training and Support →