Achieve Work - Life Balance with a Computer Franchise

Leicester, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 14, 2009 -- Computer franchises that make money on the internet can be ideal for franchise owners that would like to work at home and balance the needs of life and business at the same time. Many married couples are now interested in setting up a home based business so that they can achieve work / life balance and cater for their families needs simultaneously.

The problem with most home businesses is that they involve some stock. This can prove to be very disruptive to the living environment as most people have very limited space available to hold inventory in their family homes. So the ideal home business for most couples would be one that requires no stock. For CityLocal franchise owners the stock holding requirement is zero.

CityLocal is actively seeking couples to operate their computer franchises. Franchise director, Zak Daud, says: “We know that stable couples, working as a team, are more likely to succeed in the cut throat world of business. Together they can often achieve more than working alone. Our computer franchises are ideal for couples that want to run a business working from home.”

“Most couples possess unique skills that when combined make them stronger. One might be good at facts, figures and paperwork whilst the other maybe a great sales person. Individually, they may struggle when starting a business, but combined they can offset each other’s weaknesses.”

So if you are married, with children still living at home, and seeking a business that can also help you achieve work / life balance and balance the needs of the family, then perhaps you should enquire about the CityLocal computer franchises. Visit their community website at: and fill in the enquiry form or call +44 (0) 8448 844 815.

CityLocal offers a comprehensive three days initial training programme followed by support both online through their franchisee forum and on the phone. They have also recently introduced a franchisee mentor scheme. This means that new franchisees already have an experienced “friend”, working from home and operating the same business model.

Press Release Submitted On: September 14, 2009 at 3:41 am
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