Taylor of Old Bond Street
Taylor of Old Bond Street is a luxury male grooming retailer that has established two successful stores in London, England.
Since the company was founded in 1854, it has strives to provide excellent customers service along with manufacturing and selling the finest male grooming products and accessories possible.
Taylor of Old Bond Street is a retail franchise opportunity where franchise owners will be required to open a store, which they will manage. Franchise owners must be prepared to recruit staff and carryout the day to day running of the store, as well as providing excellent customer service.
Each franchise location will retain the brand’s signature old-fashioned English style, and stores will be designed to exude quality – from the wood and glass fittings and decorations, to the extensive range of products on display. Every aspect of the store will be geared towards providing customers with the best possible shopping experience, including ensuring staff are carefully selected and well trained to enable them to have the expertise needed to provide a personal service, so that customers want to return to the store time and again.
The key regions Taylor of Old Bond Street is looking to target are: Dubai, Singapore, Australia, France (particularly Cannes, Nice and Paris), Japan, and Barbados.
Ideal franchise owner profile
The company is looking for franchise owner candidates who can demonstrate proven experience in operating a successful business, as well as sharing the Taylor of Old Bond Street vision in providing top quality, state-of-the-art male grooming products, and a commitment to the provision of excellent customer service.
The total cost of a Taylor of Old Bond Street franchise is in the region of £180,000 + VAT, however this varies depending on shop size and location. An initial payment of £48,500 will be made to the company, which will cover the franchise licence, shop approval and design assistance, business manuals, initial training and support, IT solution, and marketing materials.