etyres Wigan is a well-established business with a loyal database of customers, including commercial and corporate clients. It has earned a strong reputation for providing a reliable and reputable service and has the potential to become even more profitable in the hands of a hard-working and ambitious new owner.
Launched in 2008 by Gareth, who was born and raised in the area, etyres Wigan has always been about more than just earning a living. Gareth’s reputation is incredibly important to him and providing an excellent service has always been his top priority. The proof of this is the amazing reputation he has earned himself locally and his high percentage of repeat customers.
etyres Wigan has become the trusted tyre supplier for many local businesses, with a number of valuable corporate contracts in the area. As part of the goodwill of the sale, all of these incredibly lucrative contracts will be passed on to the new etyres Wigan owner.
As a key branch in our nationwide network, etyres Wigan also stretches out to cover the surrounding towns and villages, including Leigh, Skelmersdale, Ashton-in-Makerfield and Hindley. As the franchise owner, this will be your exclusive geographical territory. The area has nearly 366,000 households and an estimated 178,900 cars and vans on the road, so the prospects for expansion are excellent.
As the new owner of etyres Wigan you will get off to a flying start, with sales coming in from loyal local customers, plus phone and online sales via etyres Head Office, as opposed to starting from scratch.
Launched in 1992, etyres was the first online tyre retailer in the UK, offering a mobile tyre fitting service for both private and business customers. In 2011, etyres received the British Franchise Association/HSBC Franchisor of the Year Bronze Award.
There’s never been a better time to take over our etyres Wigan branch.
Not only is this established business a thriving and successful going concern, but government statistics on employment and economical development in Wigan show just how quickly the area is developing, diversifying and becoming an increasingly attractive area to run a business.
Lots of industries are rapidly growing in Wigan and there are a number of large, international companies based in the area, such as Heinz, Waterfields and AB World Foods. It’s also a town that champions small businesses – they constitute a large proportion (88.2%) of the 12,000 businesses based there.
The second most populous area in Greater Manchester, there is most certainly a bright future for local businesses in Wigan.