While most franchise companies find it difficult to attract female franchisees, for Xpresso Delight co-founders Stephen Spitz and Paul Crabtree, it is a piece of cake.
Women comprise 39 percent of Xpresso Delight franchises; a feat considering the industry average is a mere 27.9 percent.
According to Spitz, the business allows for women to work and have a family.
“Xpress Delight places fully automated, commercial grade, gourmet espresso coffee machines into workplaces free of charge so the business model allows a lot of time for flexibility. The machines are sitting there making money while franchisees can also be looking after their family.”
Crabtree believes the business is ideal for first-time business owners or mothers returning to the workforce.
“Women who have been out of the workforce for a while are not hindered in being able to run this business because it doesn’t require any particular expertise or skill set.”
Xpresso Delight is serving as a great investment for franchisees, according to Crabtree.
“We offer a money back guarantee which promises franchisees will make a minimum 40 percent revenue return on capital investment within the first six months or their franchise fee is refunded.”