Joce Moreau - BioGreen Solutions Franchisee

Date: DEC 2nd, 2016

Topic: Spotlight on a Franchisee

My name is Joce Moreau, I’m 45 years old, married with 2 small children. I’ve worked in the IT industry for the past 15 years, starting out as a web designer followed by doing web programming and to my current role as a portal administrator for a community College. I also worked in the flood and fire restoration business as a cleaning technician. I’ve been looking for the past 2 years for a business startup or franchise opportunity, looking to becoming my own boss and being able to meet new people and make a difference in my community.


What made you choose (brand) from all the franchise opportunities you looked at?

Biogreen  Solutions was the franchise I chose to pursue, being it fit exactly what I was looking for.  It is environment friendly, a new concept in its infancy, ability to help clients/businesses in a multitude of areas, that being health care, day cares, schools, dentist offices, gyms, arenas and many more channels that Biogreen Solutions can service. It also provides a home based business, with a recurring revenue stream.


Can you describe the support you got from the (brand) head office team as you got started?

The support has been tremendous from Biogreen Solutions, they have answered all my questions through the process, they have made things clear, I’ve been able to talk to the other franchisees, they provided all the info I needed to make an informed decision. There was no pressure on their end and they allowed me all the time I needed to do research and to make the right decision for myself and my family.


What are your goals going forward?

My first goal is to make Biogreen Solutions a household name in my community, so everyone knows what we do and how we can help make a big difference to their employees and clients. The other goals I have is to make a difference in my community by helping as many as I can, to be successful, to give back to my community as much as I can once I’m profitable, be it by sponsoring or donating to worthwhile causes.


What advice would you give to a potential franchisee?

Do your research, get informed, talk to people, and don’t jump at the first opportunity. Make sure the franchise concept you choose is something you’ll enjoy doing,  don’t just look at the bottom line.