Becoming a franchise broker with Transworld is a great way to start a new career working for yourself. Our franchisees enjoy plenty of support but have plenty of latitude to manage their own schedules and make their own decisions. As franchise experts, they help businesses in their communities to switch to franchising, improve their franchise systems, and even broker sales between buyers and sellers.

Here, learn more about what our franchisees do day-to-day and how that translates into more career freedom.

1. Set Your Own Schedule

Because you’ll primarily be meeting with clients at their locations, you’ll be able to set your own schedule. That means that if you’re juggling other obligations, like school drop-offs or doctor’s appointments, you’ll be able to work around them. If you’re tired of being chained to a desk from nine to five, Transworld could be the escape you’ve been waiting for.

Best of all, because you meet with clients on their turf, many Transworld franchisees can run their businesses from a home office, saving them lots of capital on real estate. 

2. Keep the Majority of the Profits

If you’re currently working in the corporate world, you’re probably used to receiving a salary and perhaps modest scheduled raises. That predictability can be nice, but you’re probably only taking home a fraction of what you bring in for your company. When you become a franchise broker, you’ll enjoy the lion’s share of the profits – that means that there’s potential to earn far more than you are now. 

When your business does well, there’s no limit to how much you can earn.

3. Flexible Days Off

Don’t get us wrong, human resources departments are valuable, and we provide our franchisees with a good deal of support in this area. However, working through them whenever you need to take time off gets old – it’s hard to remember how many vacation and sick days you’re allotted! 

When you work for yourself, you don’t need to consult with anyone else to take a day off (unless you need to cancel an appointment). If you or a family member is sick, you’re able to rework your schedule to care for them. If you’d like to take a vacation, you can work that out on your own as well. 

4. Room for Growth

One of the worst parts about working a corporate job is feeling like you’ve gone as far as you can. That’s not the case when you become a franchise broker – there’s always room for growth. We allot territories to our franchisees that come full of prospective customers, and then we support our franchisees as they build their customer bases. We know how to get you on the right track to growth.

Contact Transworld today to learn more about what it takes to become a franchise broker.