Fast growing financial services brand, enableMe, is set to open a new franchise office in the capital’s CBD in the coming weeks – enableMe’s fifth franchise since it started trading in 2007.
The company, which has recently been propelled into the limelight with an inspirational story on TVNZ’s current Fair Go series where founder, Hannah McQueen*, is helping an ordinary couple pay off their $600,000+ interest-only, 30 year mortgage in under five years, will have the Willis Street office ready for business on Tuesday 28th April.
While enableMe has had a Wellington presence since 2009, Mrs McQueen explains that the new city-centre premises forms part of enableMe’s new, franchise business model and will replace the Oriental Parade branch. She says the franchise structure is proving the best way for enableMe to expand rapidly across the country and meet the rising demand for personal finance advice.
“More and more people are realising that getting ahead financially is achievable – as long as you have clear objectives, are motivated and have an independent expert in your corner. We crunch the numbers and identify areas where efficiencies can be found. We then partner with our clients to make sure they keep on track.”
Pippa Hogg, financial personal trainer and the new owner of the Wellington franchise says she’s looking forward to helping Wellingtonians gain control of their finances..
She adds, “everyone can get ahead faster, it’s just a matter of knowing your starting point, working out what your goals are and getting stuck in”.
To mark the opening of the new office, enableMe is offering new clients a $50 consultation (usually $275), valid until 31st July 2015. New clients are also invited to a lunchtime seminar on Tuesday 28th April. For more information, to book an appointment or register for the seminar, readers need to ring 0800 897 898 or visit enableme.co.nz.
*Ms McQueen has developed (and patented) a mathematical theorem for getting ahead financially.
April 15, 2015