Paul Maskill is in charge of Business Development at TGA (Teach, Grow, Achieve). He is a former TGA franchise owner. Paul sat in a cubicle for 12 hours a day while building someone else’s business, and then decided to quit! In 2011 he invested in his first TGA franchise, combining his business experience with his passion for sports. TGA brings golf and tennis to students through after school programs, summer camps and family events. Paul grew his business to four franchises and in 2015, he sold his franchises for 6 times his initial investment and 3 times the profit. Paul was then hired by TGA and is in charge of Business Development.
Paul's bits of wisdom:
- If your franchise is not brick and mortar, it requires a lot of hard work
- Leverage the power and knowledge of your franchise network to bring down the cost of doing business
- When networking, you never know who you're going to meet, who they know, and what doors they can open to get your business where you want it to go quicker