Cleanliness is one of the essential elements for any successful commercial business, regardless of industry. As a cleaning industry staple for more than 50 years, Jani-King is expanding its regional franchisor opportunity worldwide. Founded in the United States, Jani-King currently operates in 10 countries with 124 offices.
“Our international success has been accomplished through an exceptional network of regional franchisors,” said Mike Biggs, senior VP of global market sales. “The collective knowledge within the Jani- King network is an unparalleled asset on which new regional franchisors can lean on to help them grow their own successful and exclusive markets.”
An original concept
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and this certainly applies to Jani-King as other franchisors have sought to copy the Jani-King blueprint. The company, whose founder was the first to incorporate franchising into the commercial cleaning industry, prides itself on the ability to evolve, staying on top of the latest trends, technologies and service advancements.
“Our corporate team of experts in operations, equipment leasing and specialty services like hospitality, healthcare, educational facilities, sports and entertainment venues and more, separate Jani-King from our competitors,” Mike continued. “It takes decades to build to where we are today.”
Jani-King offers competitive investment levels with proven models of success. The commercial cleaning industry doesn’t require large additional capital expenses such as land, retail space overhead and new constructions.
Support throughout the process
Jani-King values forward-thinking investors who bring local connections and regional market understanding to the table. The company will explore any genuine interest from those willing to commit to the program’s long-term.
The concept is not limited by geography. There is a consistent demand for commercial cleaning, and purchasing an international territory with Jani-King is a fantastic opportunity with numerous benefits:
- Exclusivity in the designated territory
- Rights to the system and proprietary marks to establish and operate a Jani-King business in the designated territory
- Rights to sell sub-regional franchises within the territory and collect fees and royalties
- Right to sell unit franchises within territory and collect fees and royalties
- Right to sell/lease chemicals and equipment for additional revenue
Jani-King’s desire for the success of its regional franchisors means the company goes beyond basic obligations to ensure each new business owner has every opportunity to succeed. More than half of the company’s regional franchisors have gone on to invest in additional territories. Jani-King has a model that works and a network of business owners eager to see the brand continue as the industry leader.
At a glance
Year established: 1969
Number of franchised outlets: 124 regional franchisor offices
Location of units: U.S. (90), Canada (14), Australia (8), New Zealand (4), Brazil, Mexico (2 each), Bahrain, Belgium, Portugal, U.K. (1 each)
Investment range: $195,000-$3,000,000 (for exclusive international territories)
Minimum required capital: Fully financed purchase fee plus $150,000 liquid cash/credit line