Interested in owning a Little Guys Movers franchise?
Here's what the next few months could look like for you.
Step 1: Let's get to know each other
Contact us and we will get you set up for a call with our team to go over some basics.
Deciding to buy a moving company is a large commitment and awarding a one. Little Guys Movers does not take this decision lightly. We are dedicated to the success of our nationwide franchisees and to maintaining the integrity of our brand.
During this process we will discuss your goals in owning a business, your previous experience, financing options, our expectations, the opportunities a Little Guys Movers franchise offers and answer any questions you might have about Little Guys Movers and franchising in general. We want you to be comfortable and confident in your decision to own a moving company.
Step 2: Fill out an Application
Our franchise application is designed to give us some insight into your past experience, financial health, and overall suitability to own a Little Guys Movers. Don’t worry — it’s straightforward and simple.
Step 3: Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) Review
Our FDD gives you details on who we are as a franchisor and what is expected of both of us in this relationship. We will go over the document with you and answer any questions you have.
Step 4: Discovery Day
Meet our team! This is where it all comes together. You will get to meet the highly dedicated team at our headquarters office and tour our flagship location in Denton, Texas to see firsthand what the operation of a Little Guys Moving company looks like.
Step 5: The Awarding
Congratulations on the beginning of a long and prosperous relationship! Soon we will begin training and you'll be off to the races.
Step 6: Planning and Location Scouting
This is where it gets fun! We will work side by side developing your custom business plan and strategy for launching your Little Guys Movers. During this phase we will also scout potential nationwide locations for your Little Guys Movers franchise based on your needs, demographic information, and our understanding of what makes a specific location work.