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Franchise Deep Dive: Valenta Franchise Costs, Fees, Profit and Data

The “world’s first AI franchise” offers businesses customized technology solutions to improve their processes and help them grow.

By Erica InmanStaff Writer
8:08AM 07/07/24

LAST UPDATED: July 2024

FRANCHISE WEBSITE: https://valentafranchise.com/ 

NUMBER OF LOCATIONS: 40

REPORTED COST TO GET IN: $79,850 - $108,000

REPORTED ROI (Item 19): not publicly available

Valenta strives to help businesses increase their profitability through a variety of AI-focused technology services. 

How Many Valenta Locations Are There?

Valenta was founded in Australia in 2014 and is now present in 18 countries around the world. The brand currently has 40 locations.

What Is Valenta’s Business Model?

Calling itself the “world’s first AI franchise,” Valenta helps businesses optimize, digitize and analyze using artificial intelligence and automation technologies. Valenta offers a range of tech solutions for finance, marketing, human resources, information technology and operations within a business. 

How Much Can Valenta Franchise Owners Make?

The brand does not make this information publicly available. Prospective owners can access this information through the brand’s most recent Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). 

How Much Does It Cost To Open Valenta?

The total initial investment necessary to begin operation of a Valenta franchise ranges from $79,850 - $108,000.

What Is the Franchise Fee for Valenta?

The franchise fee required to begin operation of a Valenta franchise is $50,000, which must be paid to the franchisor. 

Who’s On Valenta’s Leadership Team?

What Helpful Articles Can I Read to Learn More About Valenta?

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