A WSI franchise
is often referred to as a “white-collar franchise” when discussed online. There’s good reason for the distinction, we feel. When most people hear the term “franchise,” they logically think of a restaurant, or perhaps a bookstore or auto parts shop that’s part of a larger chain. In short, food service and retail tend to dominate the franchise business model.
Such franchises are defined by their blue-collar aesthetic, by and large. Large shipments of inventory moved around, lots of time spent on your feet preparing and organizing supplies, orders, purchases, hour-long opening and closing procedures — and don’t even get us started on the holiday rush!
A WSI franchise is called white-collar for a reason.
It is a rare type of franchise that mimics the traditional business place atmosphere, and lets you have more control over the timing of important factors such as schedule and approach.