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23 02, 2023

Send Me A Pro, First Franchise to Offer Multiple Home Services Under One Franchise, Hits 100+ Locations in 2 Years

2023-02-23T09:57:48-05:00February 23rd, 2023|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Everything from fitness & sports trainers, pet care providers, tutors, music instructors, child care providers, handyman services and much more.

MIAMI — Send Me A Trainer announces today the launch of Send Me A Pro, an online exclusive and managed marketplace that makes it easy to connect with local service providers that come to you. Everything from fitness & sports trainers, pet care providers, tutors, music instructors, child care providers and much more.

“As traction grew with Send Me A Trainer, our clients started to request that we connect them with other local in-home service providers such as tutors for their kids, and dog trainers and Send Me A Pro was born,” says Bary El-Yacoubi (IG: @baryceo), Co-Founder of Send Me A Pro. “At the core of our business model is connectivity. We connect clients with local vetted service providers. We started with personal trainers and are now expanding the marketplace to include other local services”.

“In the past decade we have seen the emergence of online marketplaces for products (such as Amazon), and this next decade will be about the digitization of the services economy with more services being booked online,” says Muhssin El-Yacoubi (IG: @muhssin), Co-Founder of Send Me A Pro. “Send Me A Pro distinguishes itself from other marketplaces by providing a higher level of convenience and quality through curating an exclusive network of providers, done-for-you booking, fixed pricing, and better customer service provided by our local franchise owner.”

Our franchisees are very excited about offering more services which allows them to increase their earning potential and grow their total addressable market (TAM). Franchisees can also continue to add more service categories and prioritize services that are in high demand in their market. Franchisees are identifying popular services that are already being offered by other businesses in their markets and this is their validation to add these services to their Send Me A Pro platform.

“The ability to offer multiple service businesses under one franchise is groundbreaking and is disrupting the franchise industry,” says Muhssin El-Yacoubi (IG: @muhssin), Co-Founder of Send Me A Pro. “Historically speaking, every category is a standalone franchise. No one has ever aggregated multiple services with an Uber like experience under one franchise, until now. Send Me A Pro is changing the way people think of franchising as they don’t have to limit themselves to just one category anymore”.

“Since introducing Send Me A Pro, the number of inquiries from prospective franchise candidates has over tripled,” says Bary El-Yacoubi (IG: @baryceo), Co-Founder of Send Me A Pro. “Franchise consultants and brokers that help prospective franchise owners select a franchise are telling us that they have never seen such an exciting reaction from their clients as when introduced to Send Me A Pro. People that were once looking for a tutoring, dog walking, or maid service franchise are now considering Send Me A Pro. It’s an obvious choice for them as they can now simply offer all of these services and more through Send Me A Pro”.

Send Me A Pro continues to bring technology and Silicon Valley to the franchising world. Franchisees are attracted to our scalable, technology-enabled, home based business model with low overhead, no physical location and passive ownership options.

We have also received an influx of E-2 visa candidates as Send Me A Pro Franchise is very suitable for US immigrant visa applicants. To learn more about E-2, Franchise and international Master Franchise opportunities with Send Me A Pro and to apply, visit:

About Send Me A Pro

Send Me A Pro is the first franchise system that offers multiple in-home service businesses under one franchise. Everything from fitness & sports trainers, pet care providers, tutors, music instructors, child care providers and much more. Send Me A Pro evolved from Send Me A Trainer, which focuses on fitness and sports services. Since launching its franchise model in 2020, Send Me A Pro has established over 100 territories across the USA, Canada, UK and Dubai.

Send Me A Pro is featured on the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine, ranked Top Emerging Brand by Entrepreneur Magazine, ranked Top Emerging Franchise by Franchise Gator, listed in the top 100 Fitness Franchises by Franchise Connect Magazine, and featured in Authority Magazine as disruptors in the fitness industry.

31 05, 2022

Legal: Profit or Growth

2022-05-31T23:56:53-04:00May 31st, 2022|Tags: , , , , |

It is not an easy transition to go from running a traditional business serving customers locally to building a franchise system with an eye toward exponential growth. One of the key factors in the success of a founder is their mindset and understanding of what they are really building. By  Tom Spadea


7 07, 2020

Best Practices for the Chief Everything Officer

2020-08-07T16:07:32-04:00July 7th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

CEOs of most middle- and large-sized companies rely on a leadership team of experienced managers to help them succeed. As a small-business owner, you don’t have the luxury of hiring managers to focus on Human Resources, Sales, Marketing, Finance or even Operations. You are in charge of everything associated with your business. By Chris Mangum


7 07, 2020

Legal: Conflict Resolution

2020-08-07T16:07:13-04:00July 7th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

Ideally, people buy a franchise because they believe in the franchisor and the system, so it stands to reason that they would be eager to follow that system for the benefit of all. Unfortunately, it won’t come as shock to most franchisors to hear that it doesn’t always transpire exactly as planned. By Tom Spadea


2 05, 2019

It’s a Process

2019-05-03T15:35:08-04:00May 2nd, 2019|Tags: , , , |

It’s a Process

Franchising is about following a winning formula

by Don Clayton
Certified Franchise Consultant

I recently had a conversation with a young woman interested in owning a franchise. She was excited, friendly, joyful, and asked great questions. But once I began explaining the next steps in franchising, the conversation took a turn.

She quickly informed me that she didn’t operate that way and we’d do things her way. To her, the process is just like buying a car. The salesman needs to bow to her requests. That makes sense, right? It does when you’re buying a car, but not when you’re investing in a franchise.

After I explained that there are standard operating procedures to follow, she responded by standing her ground. Needless to say, she’s now looking for her next W-2 job.

A business in a box
Investors do not buy a franchise the same way they purchase a car or any other product. Franchises are awarded, not sold. The woman in my example is a nonconforming individual, and this type of person goes against everything in franchising. A franchise is a business in a box. For the most part, all of the kinks, errors, trials, and models have been hashed out and neatly packaged together. If someone wants to reinvent years of trial and error, that person should do so, but not through the franchise system.

The people best-suited to own franchises are open-minded life learners who are adaptable and follow instructions. Highly successful franchisees let the system work while incorporating their unique personalities into the business to make it their own.

The benefits of franchising
Franchisees enjoy the rewards of countless hours (sometimes years) of blood, sweat, tears, trial, error, money, and other sacrifices that someone else endured in order to make this opportunity available. Investing in a franchise allows one to jump right in, learn, follow protocol, make money, and have fun.

Don ClaytonDon Clayton has spent more than 15 years helping others achieve their dream of business ownership. Starting as a franchise consultant for FranServe in 2001, he quickly became a top producer. His passion for the business led Don to the position of VP of Talent Acquisition, where he is committed to recruiting successful candidates. Contact Don at or 919-777-0178.