In addition to strong character traits such as leadership, dedication, and business savvy, potential ATC Healthcare franchisees will also need to fit the bill financially. While opening a franchise can be a fantastic investment opportunity, franchisees will need sufficient funding for a successful launch. Below are some of the costs you can expect to invest in order to get your ATC Franchise off the ground.
The franchise fee of $45,000 is due at the time that your contract is signed. The franchise fee is set based on a number of factors including company expenses for grant and acquisition, uniqueness of the business, complexity levels, and overall revenue streams, to name a few.
Liquid capital is an asset that is readily convertible. Liquid capital is an important determinant in whether or not the business will be financially stable until it begins to turn a profit. In order to open an ATC Healthcare franchise, you must have a minimum of $65,000 in liquid capital above the franchise fee.
As an ATC Healthcare new franchisee, you can expect an approximate total investment of $134,970 to $262,170. This includes the $45,000 franchise fee. Investment costs include everything you will need to have your business fully operational – including your business location, employees, rent, insurance and other expenses.
ATC Healthcare Royalty
When you become an ATC Healthcare franchisee, we consider it a true partnership between you and the franchisor, we split the Gross Margin Dollars earned and you will receive 55% of your gross margin revenue in royalties.