Nad’s Laser Clinic will begin franchising its business model in a plan to grow to 30 clinics across Australia within the next two to three years. With five clinics already established throughout Sydney, the company said new franchisees will benefit from a proven quality business formula, high brand recognition in the laser industry and a professional support team.
Franchise investment for a turnkey location ready to trade will start at $350,000 depending on the selected clinic area. Nad’s Laser Clinics experience strong demand with the opening of each new clinic due to their successful trading and marketing formula.
With laser hair removal requiring six to ten treatments over a 12-month period for permanent hair reduction, franchisees can expect a repeat customer base in addition to the more than 500 men and women who begin laser hair removal with Nad’s Laser Clinics each month.
The Australian-owned Sue Ismiel & Daughters, is the company behind the Nad’s Laser Clinic brand. Sue Ismiel (pictured), Chief Executive Officer, also founded the internationally successful hair removal product, Nad’s. Commenting on the plans, Ismiel said:
“This is an exciting time for Sue Ismiel & Daughters and Nad’s Laser Clinic. As demand for laser hair removal grows, we invite franchise partners to join our family and enjoy the benefits of working with our internationally recognised brand. We have over 18 years expertise and want to give franchisees the opportunity to utilise our successful business model, comprehensive training program, group marketing activities and ongoing support,” Ismiel said, commenting on the company’s franchise plans.