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by Sequel |

Franchise, VCFO, Business, SME

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December 19 , 2016

We are ringing in the New Year by announcing the launch of the inaugural round to franchise our business.

Our long-term vision always focused on scalability, and franchising was the ideal medium for us to expand into. Our franchise allows qualified and experienced finance professionals the opportunity to build their own business, which provides an alternative to freelancing that offers greater certainty of income and reduced risk.

Why franchise?

Work trends across industries are changing and experienced professionals are beginning to look for flexible arrangements to their traditional careers.  While outsourcing culture started in the IT sector, it is now ubiquitous in several areas of a business.  Companies now find themselves managing a range of external advisors and suppliers to allow them to focus on their core business functions. 

We understand that running a business is hard, and starting one is even harder. However, we are determined that we can unlock the potential in finance professionals with the tools, processes and a network that we are able to provide” says David Boyar, CEO of Sequel VCFO.

Do you qualify?

We are now accepting interest from potential candidates who are ready to become their own boss.  The most suitable candidates for this franchise opportunity will fall under one of these categories:

  • Financial controller/CFO in industry
  • Restructure or insolvency professional
  • Senior member of traditional accounting firm
  • Finance professional who has owned an SME

Franchise applications are now open. For more information, please visit our new franchising website.


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