Fibrenew Franchisees Share Enthusiasm for the Brand’s Culture

Fibrenew Franchise Owners

The Unique Mobile Franchise Offers the Perfect Mix of Flexibility, Support and Growth Potential for These Entrepreneurs

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Unlike most franchise brands, Fibrenew offers a remarkable level of creativity and flexibility. The unique business model gives franchise owners freedom of choice about the type of clients they pursue, with tons of room in their schedules to have an ideal work-life balance. That freedom, combined with a warm and welcoming culture, has been instrumental in propelling the Canadian-based mobile franchise brand across North America, now with more than 300 locations. The happy Fibrenew franchise owners featured here weigh in on the culture and their experiences with the brand.

Bill Bedsole, Franchisee Since 2018

Fibrenew Franchise Owners

My biggest regret is that I didn’t start my franchise 10 years sooner. It’s been the best career decision I’ve ever made.

Location: Fibrenew Palatine in Illinois
Fibrenew’s Culture: Fibrenew’s culture is one where everyone works together and genuinely wants everyone to succeed.
Why Fibrenew: Fibrenew was particularly appealing because every day is different, I get to work with my hands, and I don’t have to pay more [when I earn more] to the corporate office because of the flat monthly franchise fee.
The Best Part: The future of Fibrenew Palatine is 100% based on where I want to take it, and that is very freeing.

Julie Kapugi, Franchisee Since 2017

Fibrenew franchise Owners

I like the flexibility of setting my own schedule and taking time off when needed or for travel.

Location: Fibrenew Asheville in North Carolina
Fibrenew’s Culture: I’ve found the culture to be collaborative and supportive. I liked the vibe I was getting during the investigation stage even though I wasn’t particularly focused on corporate culture initially.
Why Fibrenew: I like to work with my hands, and this option kept bubbling up to the top.
The Best Part: I’ve met some really interesting people. I also like the flexibility of setting my own schedule and taking time off when needed or for travel.

Drew and Ray Milligan, Franchisees Since 2022

Fibrenew franchise owners

You must have a shared vision so everyone is rowing in the same direction.

Location: Fibrenew New Orleans & Northshore
Fibrenew’s Culture: It’s helpful, fair, collaborative and developmental.
Why Fibrenew: The company gives us so many avenues to create revenue depending on what fits us best.
The Best Part: We love identifying a problem, making a plan, and executing it.

Sam and Lisa Orpilla, Franchisees Since 2022

Fibrenew Franchise Owners

Fibrenew feels like a small family business that cares and supports its franchisees.

Location: Fibrenew Rocklin in the greater Sacramento area
Fibrenew’s Culture: Despite being a worldwide company with 300-plus franchises, Fibrenew feels like a small family business that cares and supports its franchisees.
Why Fibrenew: Investing in a franchise was a great combination of low starting costs and existing infrastructure for a path to success.

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About Fibrenew

Fibrenew franchise owners enjoy many benefits you won’t find in other brands. In addition to the flexible, mobile business model and welcoming corporate culture, franchisees enjoy a wide range of opportunities to serve customers across various markets, including residential, automotive, marine and aviation. The company’s commitment to eco-friendliness is another notable advantage. By breathing new life into items and preventing them from ending up in landfills, Fibrenew helps decrease the 140 million tons of trash that goes into landfills annually.

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Haley Cafarella is a passionate journalist and writer for IFPG. In her role as content and marketing specialist, she creates original articles for FranchiseWire and Franchise Consultant Magazine. Her specialties include educational articles about buying a franchise and franchise consulting. She also reports on franchise professionals who were recently promoted or hired through FranchiseWire’s popular HireWire series.

Haley has contributed to a variety of regional publications, including Quo Vadis, New Brunswick Today, and the Trenton Monitor. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Rutgers University.
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