What you need to know about franchise opportunities for barbers

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Whilst many high street businesses are facing challenges thanks to COVID-19, franchising offers a unique opportunity to regain control and grow a barber business. Whether you’re thinking of a rebrand or starting from scratch, franchising can offer a turnkey service, access to financing, full support and training from day one.


What MR Barbers can do for you

At leading franchise group MR Barbers they offer a ‘business in a box’ franchise model developed by experienced barbers and business entrepreneurs. It incorporates everything you as a barber and / or investor need to establish and run a profitable barbershop. The facts speak for themselves, 100% of their franchisees have opened multiple shops.

In fact, MR Barbers Diss recently opened, marking shop number five for its owners and the imminent opening of two further shops reinforces their position as the most recognised barbershop on the high street.

Far from resting on their laurels, MR Barbers moved fast to adapt to new operating procedures in line with current government protocols and guidelines around COVID-19 and continue to uphold the strictest practises across their shops where health and safety is concerned.


What you get

  • An established brand
  • Brand styled shop fit (which includes chairs)
  • Assistance with premises acquisition
  • Bespoke management system integrated with EPOS
  • Branded product range
  • Booking app
  • Assisted marketing and social media
  • Advice and support throughout
  • COVID-19 practice guides and equipment

If you are a barber looking for a change email your details to franchise@mrbarbers.co.uk and MR Barbers will keep you updated with any vacancies, new openings or investor partnership opportunities. Alternatively call 01943 886 711.

This is a sponsored feature in partnership with MR Barbers.


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