20 Husse Franchisees have started business in 2015 in England and many more candidates are at a later stage of our Franchise Recruitment Process. Since the new financial year, we already have a Product Sales Turnover that has tripled our figure from the previous year– this is a considerable amount taken into account that most of our franchisees are in the developmental stage and over 50% of our franchisees launched recently. Husse England is the fastest growing Pet Food Franchise in the UK and in the Husse network which operates in over 40 countries.
Our success is based on the successes of our Husse Franchisees which is why we are always keen to offer ongoing training and support for Husse franchisees. During the National Husse Conference in September we announced how we will further improve the success of our franchisees on top of our existing support (In house Vet, graphic designer, digital marketer, business strategies). Our business forecast projects the coverage of Husse franchisees in England to at least double in 2016. Husse franchisees will now benefit from weekly one-to-one business development consultation allowing our franchisees to establish new business development opportunities.
365 Days a Year Business
We often get asked is summer the best time to launch a business? This assumption is based on the theory that there are more outdoor events and warmer weather conditions. One of the best things about the Husse business model is it is a 365 days a year business - over 16 million cats and dogs in the UK need to eat everyday not just in the summer. For this reason we have many routes to market – it does not make a difference which season we are in, our franchisees have continued to grow. Online network strategies have generated new possibilities and customer leads that have resulted in the direct increase of our franchisees customer base and retention. Our franchisees are also attending many indoor events and targeting local pet related businesses throughout the year.
New Products for 2016
In 2015 we launched many new products including the Sensitive Range. Husse produces its own recipe allowing us to launch new products according to the demands of the market. We are delighted to announce launch of many new products in 2016 and we are happy to give you exclusive preview of two of our newest super premium products.
- In the UK there is a growing demand for grain free products and we will be introducing Opus in 2016 - Opus is high in protein and fat.. It is low in carbohydrates and ideal for dogs with sensitivity to grains.
- Our new 70g pouches have been especially designed for fussy cats. The Aptit range consists of Tuna in Jelly and Chicken in Jelly.
News from USA
Husse has demonstrated once again that we have the very highest standards when it comes to producing super premium pet food products. The license from the USDA demonstrates that we can provide products to the most demanding customer. We understand and are believed to be the first European pet food brand to be granted an import license from the USDA. With the US on board we should see more development of the Husse brand and this will open up more markets to us. We can develop more product ranges, invest in research of new products and becoming a global leader.
Book a Husse One to One Business Meeting Now
Dog and cat owners in the UK spend an average of £1,100 per year on their pets. Over the lifetime of the pet, that cost is estimated to be around £16,000 per pet. Approximately 40% of that cost is from buying food. Successful Husse franchise applicants will have all the tools to grow and expand their business and will be operating in a lucrative pet food industry which is growing year on year
Currently we are offering £8,000 (RRP) dry food for a full time franchise and £3,000 (RRP) worth of dry food for a part time franchise for any new start-up Franchise. It is an ideal time for joining a fast growing business which offers a unique opportunity along with room for businesses expansion. If you think you’re the right candidate for us, please call us now to book a Husse one to one business meeting.