Maui'd Forever offers a ground floor opportunity in the wedding coordination and planning business and is the first franchise devoted to weddings in a specific, local market.
To buy a franchise with Maui'd Forever, you'll need to have at least $23,500 in liquid capital. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $23,500 - $40,000. *
A Proven System
Becoming a Maui'd Forever franchisee puts you in the forefront in this dynamic industry. As we grow so will you. Our systems make it easy and our advertising will get you clients. You will need some computer skills, the ability to interact with brides and grooms and sell them your services.
We will help you put it all together. Our system will help you identify qualified vendors, the backbone of your service. Once you have qualified them we will add them to your website. Your website is where the majority of your clients will come from initially. After time, referrals and networking will also become big contributors.
We will have you up and running from the start. The first stage of the website will be up and running and initial advertising will begin the moment you become a franchisee. We will then help you integrate the customization that will be necessary for your particular market. You will need to over time decide the exact direction you want to head.
The packages you offer, the exact pricing and vendor choices will evolve as you do more weddings. We will assist you with this growth and help you make the right decisions. We then integrate your specific ideas into the national market plan. This will be your individual business with the help of a market leader behind you.
Get Started Today
Owning a Maui'd Forever franchise wants you to understand the complete wedding planning industry and all the profit centers available. It will allow you to pick and choose what aspects of the industry you want to be involved in and to what degree. The degree to which you want to become involved will determine to a degree how much income you can make. The Hawaii franchise grosses in the mid-six figures.
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Interested parties should have at least $20,000 in liquid capital to invest.