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FiltaFry has welcomed yet another franchisee and continues to strengthen its European business.

FiltaFry has been celebrating its latest franchisee’s grand opening and looks forward to welcoming even more ambitious business people into the company. Ben Rabel, who is from the Upper Bavaria area, has just opened for business and will be serving customers all across Weilheim, Garmisch-Parenkirchen, Lake Starnberg, Landsberg and as far across as the Austrian border.

Rabel explained how he made the decision to become a franchisee of FiltaFry. He admitted that he’d been interested in franchising for a number of years, but never quite found the right opportunity to tempt him into making the plunge. However, as Ben moved into his 30s, he became more focused on finding a franchise that would enable him to become his own boss.

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“In the context of my family history, having my own company was always my goal,” says Rabel.

However, after spotting the opportunity that van-based franchise FiltaFry were presenting, he was quickly convinced that it was the right franchise to join.

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“I had my eye on a few franchise concepts and finally FiltaFry convinced me, and I made a decision within a couple of weeks. More sustainability in the catering and tourism industries is a very personal concern of mine, and it’s becoming more and more important, especially for holidaying families with children. That’s why I see very good prospects for me as a FiltaFry entrepreneur in our region, despite there being no large city in my area that I could service. We are delighted to finally be able to get started.”

He said that the business would be a family affair, with even his two-year-old son keen to get involved with things by modelling the FiltaFry hat and looks forward to many years of profitable business as his own boss.

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