Champion Fencing is headquartered in Yorkton, SK, and is a regional provider of a full line of Champion Fencing fence products. With over fifteen years in the service industry, the Founders, Joseph Toppi and Kelly Goebel have maintained a high degree of excellence while providing Champion Fencing products to residential customers throughout Western Canada. The Champion Fencing franchise model is based on a proven, structured business system which has worked in markets throughout Canada.
The franchisee will ideally be someone with a background in inventory management, logistics, operations, or customer service and should have a willingness to execute the Champion sales model as well. Each franchisee will start the business out of a home-office with a rented storage space near a major metropolitan area to organize the inventory of products, although much of the inventory will be kept outside.
This business lends itself to business owners who are looking to enter an industry that is very straightforward, full of growth potential and with strong operating margins. There is minimal competition and the business model is simple. Champion differentiates from containing a high quality and in-demand product line. In this specific case, Champion Fencing may offer an add-on franchise to someone to use their existing space but to take on the Champion Fencing inventory of products and business model.
Each franchisee will be granted a territory to build a book of business. Franchisees must purchase a vehicle unless they already have a suitable pick-up truck (to pull a trailer). They will have a generous inventory to start the business (all supplies and materials are to be purchased from Champion Fencing, Inc. or an affiliate and will be trained on proper sales and inventory techniques in order to maximize their efficiencies.
In most markets, this will be a seasonal business and the franchisees must be on-point with inventory control to maximize efficiencies during peak seasons. Depending on the size of the market and the success of the individual franchisees, a franchisee could purchase additional vehicles and hire more sales and installation employees.
Because of the increasing demand and clientele in all communities, the concept has almost unlimited potential across the U.S. and Canada. Franchisees have the opportunity to build a very successful and very profitable business model while building a bi-national brand.