Driverseat has created a 4-tier plan for franchisees to minimize the impact of COVID-19 on their business. The franchise has pivoted the business to continue to help support communities and to generate alternative revenue streams. Driverseat has partnered with local grocery stores to help deliver supplies to people in need. This service is called Shop + Drop. Driverseat Chauffeurs can shop for up to ten families at once, which means there is less traffic in stores, helping to support recovery efforts. They are also developing the preparation for business post COVID-19. The franchise has used this time wisely to educate its franchisees on how to build contacts, business relationships, and create a stronger online presence.
“The culture at Driverseat is extremely important and means everything to us,” reads a Driverseat press release. “At our office, we are known for our MFL (mandatory fun lunch) and we have decided to continue that through the work-from-home period. We also are known for our daily 11 o’clock meetings. We are continuing to do that by having a Google Meet meeting once a week where we all grab our lunch and chat for 45 minutes. It gives us an opportunity to establish a social atmosphere and create long-lasting relationships that will continue throughout this period.”
As North America’s fastest growing transportation franchise in 2019, Driverseat has franchise opportunities available. To learn more about Driverseat, contact their Franchise Development Team at email@example.com.