Leadway Assurance has announced its Franchise Branch Ownership Opportunity scheme, called: Revolupreneur, a third-party opportunity for 1,000 enthusiastic entrepreneurs to build their businesses and profit from the imminent growth of the Insurance sector.
The scheme is a “no fees” franchise for supporting the franchisees with franchise software, applications, advertising and promotions. It was conceived to deepen the penetration rate in the retail insurance market in Nigeria.
The Revolupreneur scheme is open to business-minded small and medium enterprises (SME) owners, corporate officers or salespersons looking to make extra income, entrepreneurs seeking to explore more profitable ventures and any other person interested in selling “risk protection” through insurance.
Under the scheme, franchise branches can be opened at non-traditional locations, such as universities, shopping malls and airports, in line with Leadway Assurance guidelines.
On the scheme, the company’s Executive Director for General Business, Miss Adetola Adegbayi said: “Over the years, the Nigerian insurance industry has been affected by a huge skill gap. This, consequently, has affected penetration in Nigeria. To address this gap, we at Leadway Assurance have conceived the Revolupreneur as our way of providing sustainable solutions to a pertinent challenge in our industry.”
“With this initiative, Leadway is not only helping to bridge the skills gap by providing comprehensive training on insurance and, ultimately, deepen insurance penetration through franchise branches. But we are also creating a pipeline of new generation of insurance entrepreneurs who would further create wealth and employment opportunities for thousands of youths, whilst creating access for more Nigerians to take insurance policies.”
A statement by the company said an “Open House” session will hold on November 25 to intimate prospective franchisees about what the Leadway franchise entails.
To apply, interested persons are advised to visit www.leadway.com/franchiseopportunity, to register.
For further enquiries, interested franchisees can call 08129997178 or send an email to the email@example.com
Source: The Nation