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Get Started with Go Mini’s

Get Started with Go Mini’s

Becoming Part of the Go Mini’s Team

When looking into starting your own business, becoming a franchisee is a viable option to minimize risk and maximize your potential for a lucrative outcome. The success of Go Mini’s franchisees is directly tied to our thorough discovery process—it helps us determine if we are a good fit for you and if you are a good fit for Go Mini’s.

Here’s what you need to know about the ownership process for the Go Mini’s team:

1 - Introduction

When you initiate the process of becoming an owner, You will meet directly with a Franchise Development Manager. We want to get to know you! What territory are you interested in? What are your franchise goals? How do you want to grow as an entrepreneur? These conversations usually last about an hour while we explore what Go Mini’s has to offer.

2 - Going Over the Business Model

Next, your Franchise Development Manager will walk you through a more in-depth look into the Go Mini’s business model. During this phase, you will also receive the Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) and will be expected to return the acknowledgment page. The FDD details what Go Mini’s expects from franchise owners as well as what you can expect from the company.

3 - Speaking with Franchise Owners

During this phase, you will have the opportunity to speak with our experienced franchisees. We like to call these “validation” calls. You’ll have the chance to ask questions and gain insight into what it’s like to be a franchisee directly from someone who was once in the same position. Hearing it right from the source helps prospects better understand the Go Mini’s business model from first-hand accounts. Validation calls are your way to get the real story for what to expect and how to position yourself for success.

4 - Addressing Remaining Questions and Concerns

When you reach this point in your journey, you’ll want to express any unaddressed concerns or and any lingering questions. Your Franchise Development Manager will also walk you through your FDD in detail, discussing available franchising options, territory guidelines, and operations best practices.

5 - Visiting the Go Mini’s Headquarters.

During the final stage, you’ll have the opportunity to visit the Go Mini’s headquarters in southern California. Here, you’ll meet the executive team, tour the facility, and get a hands-on feel for what a day in the life of a Go Mini’s franchise owner will be like. At the end of your visit, we’ll provide you with a Franchise Agreement Package containing the documentation to become an owner of a Go Mini’s franchise and join our network of entrepreneurs.

Become a Franchisee with Go Mini’s

When you become part of the Go Mini’s team, you’re supported every step of the way. If you’re interested in learning more about the process of joining the Go Mini’s team and investing in your future as an entrepreneur, give us a call at (805) 323-9336 or request more information.