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Welcome to our blog! Here, you’ll find current events, announcements for things like new franchise openings, and deep dives into special topics, and frequently asked questions. If you’re considering opening a franchise with Batteries Plus, this is a great resource to keep your eye on. As always, be sure to contact us when you’d like more information on what you’ve read here.

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Finding the Right Partner for the Batteries Plus Technology Franchise Opportunity

The Batteries Plus technology franchise opportunity is a great fit for anyone who’s serious about starting their own business in the booming tech industry. While many of our franchisees opt to start their new business on their own, others decide to partner with another investor. Whether you’re looking to share the initial investment cost, break

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How Batteries Plus’ Business Model Helps Franchisees Thrive

A recession-resistant business model results in growth for Batteries Plus franchise owners. In March, as businesses across the country were forced to close in compliance with state-enforced social distancing measures, certain companies deemed “essential businesses” were allowed to continue operating. Batteries Plus was one such business . During this time, each of our 720+ stores across the

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Our Tech Franchise Costs and What You Get Back

The Batteries Plus tech franchise costs are designed to cover virtually everything you need to open a new franchise. You’ll find a well-developed comprehensive investment breakdown that includes real estate costs, inventory, marketing expenses, build-out, and much more. The best way to review it for yourself is to request a copy of our Franchise Disclosure

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Opening a Technology Franchise with Multiple Revenue Streams

It’s a great time to open a technology franchise with Batteries Plus. We’re well-known for providing in-demand products and services to support the technology our customers use every day. One of the best reasons to choose Batteries Plus is that we’ve built multiple revenue streams and product offerings into the model, allowing us to work

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Behind Our Battery Store Franchise: The Industry’s History and Evolution

Our battery store franchise got started in 1988 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. At that time, we focused on meeting the demand for battery replacement – which is still a growing industry today! Technology has changed a lot since 1988, and Batteries Plus has evolved right along with it. Today, we’ve expanded to meet the needs

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3 Qualifications to Invest in a Battery Store Franchise

It doesn’t take prior experience in the tech field to invest in a battery store franchise. Instead, we’re looking for franchisees who are driven to start a thriving new business. Here, review a few of the characteristics Batteries Plus looks for in new franchisees.  #1. Ready to Invest Their Time Investing in a tech franchise

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Why Franchise Training and Support is Crucial

When you invest in a Batteries Plus technology franchise, you can look forward to receiving training and support in every stage of your business. Many franchises promise to provide training and support, but once new locations open their doors, it evaporates. At Batteries Plus, we understand the value of strong franchise training and support programs.

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Inside Batteries Plus’ Partnership With Samsung And Why It Matters For Franchisees

The rapid development, innovation and adoption of mobile device technology has opened up numerous opportunities for businesses agile enough to keep pace. Consider this: In 2011, just 35 percent of Americans had a smartphone . Today, roughly eight in 10 consumers are walking around with one. Another half of the adult population in the U.S. owns a

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