Digital franchises for a contactless world
We live life in the digital space these days. So if you’re not interested in a commercial space no matter how cheap the rent is, a franchise business with an online angle might be right for you. These models have their fingers on the pulse of the digital franchise scene.
Homes are selling better than just about anything else during the pandemic. Whether to lower the amount of in-person interactions or just to save time, virtual and 3D tours are popular with buyers and sellers alike. Hommati deploys drones to take pictures and videos of homes, and turns the footage into alluring digital tours. Hommati also pairs buyers and sellers with agents to make the search or sale a breeze.
People are always in need of an electronics upgrade. Often, though, they don’t want or need the very latest model. We’re still in a recession, after all, and there are laptops to buy for online learning or to outfit your home office. Experimax’s digital franchise model provides a place to buy, sell, or fix pre-owned Apple products. Buyers get quality, certified electronics with the backing of a guarantee and sellers get a little cash to help offset the cost of their new upgrade.
Cutting down on interactions with other people is an excellent way to limit the spread of COVID-19, but hospitality is still important. Businesses, museums, etc. want someone to be able to greet guests, answer basic questions, and impart knowledge. Enter Mirax Robots, whose AI-enhanced rentals have HD cameras with facial recognition, voice recognition distance of 5 meters, display screens, and a high level of interaction.
The more electronics we have, the more we have one that’s broken down, or that we’ve dropped. People need their machines back up and running fast, which is where Quick Mobile Repair’s comprehensive and speedy fixes come in so handy. Most phone repairs are done in 15-30 minutes, and tablets are usually fixed within 24 hours. All current locations are in the Phoenix area, but it’s a digital franchise on the grow.
Meet DAV. DAV is a digital mobile billboard that gets about 33% more attention than roadside billboards, with 97% of viewers remembering the ad they saw. That’s astoundingly impressive when we’re so inundated with advertisements and tend to only have roadside billboards stick out in our minds if there’s a hilarious typo or a threat of eternal damnation. Runningboards advertisers get up to 15 times more brand recognition from DAV than from any other medium.
Lots of people have a great idea for an app but lack the coding ability or other tech skills to bring it to life. Eazi-Apps’ digital franchise offers expert consultancy and mobile marketing strategies as well as basic coding training and easy to use interfaces. People with little to no experience with or understanding of the finer points of mobile apps can hit the ground running with platforms that deliver revenue.
This digital franchise provides much more than just an app. The B2B services can provide a business app, mobile games, and container mobile apps that house several businesses within one platform (think UberEats). As people eschew restaurants and order takeout with contactless payment, your franchise can offer online ordering. There’s even an opportunity to set up consulting or business coaching to impart your wisdom to aspiring entrepreneurs.
Many businesses are outsourcing their IT these days with remote work so prevalent. But managing IT infrastructure remains a critical and time-consuming task. CMIT Solutions’ digital franchises keep systems running efficiently and securely, bringing expertise to a situation many leaders don’t understand and don’t want to be bothered with.