How InXpress is helping clients to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic
Most of the working world has recently either been required, or strongly urged, to work from home. It’s estimated that one in three Australian workers now regularly work remotely. And in a recent survey by Mccrindle, when given the choice, 78% of Aussies expressed a desire to spend at least a certain amount of their time working from home.
We may not think of logistics as a caring industry, but with the global pandemic, essential shipping has been enabling the economy to stay open. To InXpress, the safety of our customers, is as essential as supporting their businesses. Which is why we now offer the InXpress stamp of reassurance.
Jake Ryan shows up at work each day ready to take on the world. With a long-term strategy in hand, he knows what he needs to do to grow his business and deliver InXpress value to his clients. With a rapid growth in margin, he has moved from the Onboarding Group to the Heart of the Network in just over 12 months.
Jason Hand, Wendy Hand and David Begg, from InXpress Narangba, leveraged their experience in transport and sales into a successful career as an InXpress franchisee. Together, they utilised the skills of those around them to build a sustainable and successful business.
For the past few months, InXpress franchisees in the UK, have been fundraising for a cause very close to one of the network’s hearts and they are delighted to announced that they have reached their target!
Eugene Rusel is the quintessential InXpress franchisee. Eugene has held a deep desire to drive towards something better his entire life. He rose through the workplace, saving money and always searching for opportunities to break out and start his own business.
We spoke with Bhavin Shah, one of our newest and most successful franchisees, to gain some insight into what to expect during the early years of an InXpress franchise.
Hot on the heels of last year’s top 10 success, InXpress have risen even higher, into the Elite Franchise 100’s top 5!