In order to match the demand for computer and technology repair services, NerdsToGo is planning to develop around 25 units in the state of Michigan.
“With more businesses offering remote work for their employees, NerdsToGo has an opportunity to expand now more than ever before,” said Mark Jameson, chief support and development officer at Propelled Brands.
“We see great growth potential in the Michigan market and are confident that our proven business model along with the support and resources provided, will allow franchisees to thrive.”
The franchise model allows knowledgeable individuals to leverage their knowledge of computers and technology to create a stream of profit.
“NerdsToGo fills a gap that exists between the large corporate I.T. services companies and the mom and pop stores that are out there,” said Chuck Bailey, a new NerdsToGo franchise owner.
“There are dozens, if not hundreds of mom and pop stores that are trying to meet the needs of consumers and small businesses. But, unfortunately, they do not have the full range of technical skills and, more importantly, the consistency of that service delivery to satisfy the needs of the consumers in the marketplace today.”
NerdsToGo has gone from strength to strength since Jim Howe was appointed as the brand president, the brand has indicated plans to develop 15 units across Houston and a mammoth 65 units in Florida. The computer repair franchise most recently announced the development of eight units in the Pittsburgh market.