Business Opportunity: Temporis, a proactive franchise network

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While the Franchise Expo Paris has not been able to stand in view of the health situation, Temporis is still looking for new franchisees. In this delicate context, the employment agency brand is optimistic… and its solidity.

Temporis, the franchise always has the wind in its sails

On October 7, Temporis was giving an appointment to future candidates for the franchise via videoconferencing. An opportunity to exchange with Laurence POTTIER-CAUDRON, Founding President of this network of employment agencies. Founded in 2000, Temporis has a turnover of 350 million euros, with more than 170 branches and 95 franchisees.

Interim, CDI, training… To date, the network has more than 5400 corporate clients. Enough to attract the interest of future franchisees. However, starting a business at this time can be a concern. The franchise business is also suffering from the economic crisis, especially on the catering franchise side.

If you wait for the right time to start your own business … we never do it! For example, my franchisees who started during the period 2008/2009 found it easy at the time of the takeover because they had developed good habits of active prospecting!

Laurence POTTIER-CAUDRON, President Temporis

The support of a network of franchises can thus enable, in these difficult times, to create a business with somewhat lessened risks. The brand already exists, so do the working processes. Marketing is also supported…

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Taking a franchise can help you start your business even in times of crisis, with significant support.

Entrepreneurship, audacity, and a measured risk with frankness

Yes… […] choosing to undertake is taking a risk!

However, the network is not everything. Besides industry experience, or management, or a strong commercial appetite… Entrepreneurship predominates, regardless of the type of franchise chosen… Franchise networks still continue to solicit their future franchisees, while being aware of the situation, and also adapting their opportunity.

To address the reluctance of future entrepreneurs, Temporis, for example, has abolished minimum fees. In addition, for existing franchisees, the network has been involved to help them take the crisis into account over time, while preparing for the recovery.

The network has simplified the legal, IT and communications side so that we can focus on the management and business development of our agencies.

Grégory GOMEZ, Temporis franchisee (Chaumont and Epinal)

Thus, for those who can, it still allows to take a significant lead over companies forced to inertia. While the Recovery Plan encourages the re-industrialisation and deployment of new construction, the interim sector in particular should, logically, experience an improvement in the medium term, once the investments are unlocked. Especially since companies are likely to be willing to hire right away in the long run.

Source: Temporis release

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