What Can Retailers Do To Keep Customers Coming Through Their Doors?


Local retailers are struggling as they have to compete not only with big-box stores that can offer lower prices, but also with online giants such as Amazon. The impact of the “Amazon effect” is very real, and businesses are having to think outside the box and be more creative when it comes to keeping existing customers, and encouraging more to start shopping locally.

There are a few things that retailers can do:

  1. Use brick-and-mortar locations to support online stores

  2. Understand what your core customers want and build a strategy around it

  3. Create an in-store experience that drives traffic and sales

  4. Offer customers a technology-driven experience  

To read the full article about what retailers can do to keep customers coming through their doors in this age of online shopping, click here.

Matt Crowell Featured On Above The Clouds Podcast


Recently our Founder and CEO, Matt Crowell, sat down with the team at Above The Cloud to discuss GetintheLoop and why we decided to franchise the GetintheLoop app. This episode starts back at the beginning, as Matt walks the team through the early stages of GetintheLoop and how it ended up being a SaaS franchise opportunity.

After sharing how he founded GetintheLoop, Matt explains how franchising GetintheLoop provides an opportunity  for people to enter the new digital economy. He also emphasizes that this franchise opportunity isn’t just for a “young techy”. In fact, some of our most successful franchisees are middle aged couples. Matt explains that ‘tech’ is about making things simple and that’s truly what GetintheLoop is all about. What’s most important is that our franchisees have business sense and are empathetic to their business partners. To learn more about who the ideal GetintheLoop franchisee is, click here.

Click below to listen to the full episode.

Matt Crowell Featured on The Restless Podcast


Our Founder and CEO, Matt Crowell, sat down with Raffaello and Jonah of The Restless Podcast to discuss investors, mentorship, and the growth story of GetintheLoop.

Matt made it clear that the importance of teamwork is huge at GetintheLoop. Not just within the core HQ employees, but with franchisees, investors, and mentors as well.

When asked about pitching to investors, one of Matt’s biggest pieces of advice was to look for people who actually care about your company and your business. In addition, he recommended to ensure you’re the one controlling the narrative. Failing to do so can result in your businesses being controlled by a model that your investors came up with.

To hear the rest of Matt’s tips on pitching to investors and the importance of having mentors, listen to the rest of the podcast below.


Matt Crowell Featured on Franchise Canada Chats Podcast


GetintheLoop’s Founder and CEO, Matt Crowell, recently sat down with the Canadian Franchise Association to discuss taking the leap into franchising. You can tune in to the podcast episode here.

Taking the leap into entrepreneurship is scary, there’s no doubt about that! But, Matt made a great point during the podcast when he said, “people have a hard time jumping in today.”  Have you been considering becoming an entrepreneur? Do it. What are you waiting for?

With an already established brand, a training program, and a support system from corporate, investing in a franchise is a great way to enter the entrepreneurship world.


Matt wanted to make it clear though that just because you’re investing in a franchise, it doesn’t mean it will be easy. In fact, one of the biggest challenges has been finding the right people. When asked what the most important things were for GetintheLoop franchisees, Matt quickly answered, “attitude and hustle.” A common occurrence is that people underestimate the work it takes to get a franchise off the ground. Franchisees will come in and picture the end, and not realize that you need to put in hard work right from the beginning. It takes a lot of work, but Matt made sure to point out how rewarding it is. A GetintheLoop franchise is all about local entrepreneurs helping other local entrepreneurs succeed with their business. What could be better than that?

When asked what makes a good franchisor, Matt replied, “you need a team that cares a lot about the franchisee’s success. You have to care about the people that are investing in you.” In addition, Matt pointed out that being an entrepreneur is a very independent job. The difference with GetintheLoop is that your day is spent meeting people in the community and having conversations. In addition, when you invest in a GetintheLoop franchise, you join the GetintheLoop Wolfpack. Along with continuous support and friendship from the corporate team, GetintheLoop has created a support network for the franchisees. They have a place to share their wins, share their losses, and most importantly, have a space to share information and knowledge.

Being an entrepreneur can be scary, but it’s also the most rewarding career path. Want to listen to the rest of the podcast? Click here to tune in to episode three of the Franchise Canada Chats podcast.

Family Finds Success with GetintheLoop


Chrissie and Clay Rozak are like any other Albertan family. Hard working parents trying to juggle full-time jobs with raising children. Except this couple decided that their lives weren’t quite hectic enough already, and became the proud owners of Airdrie’s GetintheLoop Local franchise!

The decision to buy the franchise came about after a conversation Clay had with a good friend of his, another GetintheLoop franchise owner. After this initial conversation, he presented his idea for buying their local franchise to his wife. She just happened to be at a point in her own career where she wasn’t entirely happy and was contemplating making changes, so this opportunity was quite “serendipitous” as she put it, coming at just the right time for the family.

GetintheLoop just made business sense to the Rozaks. Why wouldn’t consumers want a free app that tells them about incredible offers and experiences in their area? Why wouldn’t a local business want to pay a small fee each month to reach the phones of thousands of people in their local area? And why wouldn’t a franchise owner want to take this chance at being their own boss. The franchise fee was very reasonable, there would be no overhead costs, and it would allow the husband and wife team to work when they wanted, as hard as they wanted. To Chrissie, it was “a trifecta of components that came together and made sense”.

In September 2018, Chrissie and Clay purchased the Airdrie GetintheLoop franchise. Chrissie, a self-starter, dived head-first into learning as much as she could about selling so that she was well-prepared for Loop University in November - an intensive training session at GetintheLoop’s Kelowna, BC headquarters that provides new franchise owners with everything they need to start running their business on day one.

"Loop U was like drinking from a fire hydrant,” explains Chrissie, “but in a good way! I honestly left feeling on top of the world, knowing I was going to be supported every step of the way.”

Loop U isn’t where the training and support ended. GetintheLoop’s market development team joined the Rozaks in Airdrie for 3 days of on-the-ground training where they blitzed the market creating awareness and demand through a proven process including meetings, follow-ups, networking and incentives. This was, says Chrissie, one of the most educational parts of the whole process, watching the experts sell GetintheLoop. ”If a business owner came up with an objection I would probably have just said ‘OK thank you very much for your time, goodbye’. Dan, however, was so engaging and was able to turn the conversation around. It was such a learning curve watching those guys, and pivotal in our success.”

It wasn’t soon after that Chrissie landed her first client. She remembers nervously meeting with the owners of 9-Round on a cold December day at their local coffee shop. “They fired the questions at me - ‘how long do I have to commit for?’ You don’t, it’s month to month. ‘What if we are too busy to write up the offers?’ We can help. ‘How much extra will that cost?’ Nothing, it’s all included! They said ‘Sign me up’. I am now addicted to selling and the thrill of a business saying yes.”

Chrissie accredits much of their early success to always being present, and really upping their social media game, following everyone they could possibly think of from their market, going to every event, every mix and mingle, every Chamber event. “Everything you can attend to get your name out there, do it, and start doing it right away. But you need to do it in an authentic way. Be you, be genuine. Don't cram your business down people’s throats. You’re there to help them succeed. If they succeed, you succeed.”

While the experience of being an entrepreneur thus far has been extremely rewarding for the Rozak’s, it hasn’t been without its challenges. They found the brand was relatively unknown in Alberta, so trying to sell a product that wasn’t already on people’s radar made the road ahead more interesting. However, this couple was driven to succeed and quickly found ways to navigate the challenges.

When asked what she would say to anyone thinking of purchasing a GetintheLoop local franchise she had some keen words of advice. “If you are a people person, you’re authentic, and you’re looking for a change in your life, then this is the opportunity for you. You’ll have great days, you’ll have crazy days, but in the end, it’s one hell of a ride and I couldn’t imagine not being on it.”

Chrissie and Clay closed their first 10 clients within 50 days. They have set themselves the goal of 100 clients by the end of 2019, and have even set their sights set on purchasing a new market!

GetintheLoop thrives in Fort McMurray, AB


Wanting something to call their own, three friends with entrepreneurial spirits saw an opportunity when GetintheLoop’s Fort McMurray franchise became available for purchase. Sean knew the brand from previously living in Kelowna and he saw how it had potential in his new home town of Fort Mac. When Nate headed to Kelowna for a wedding, Sean encouraged him to download the app and check it out, and Nate was instantly hooked, using the app to take his children to places in the city he hadn’t heard of, and at reduced rates!

The friends recognized that this was something that Fort McMurray was missing. With downtown businesses struggling, Sean says he saw how GetintheLoop could bridge a gap of awareness in the local market. “Essentially customers can, through the app, see inside a store that they wouldn't otherwise know about it.” Nate agreed, pointing out that downtown businesses in Fort Mac had been struggling lately, so by bringing in this new app, they are hoping to boost local business for the small guy.

Weighing up the risks and rewards, Sean, Nate and Scott knew that with GetintheLoop’s success in other markets, and their hard work ethic, they could make it just as successful in Fort McMurray. With no overheads needed, just sweat equity as Sean put, they could see that the potential rewards from this venture were unlimited.  

After attending Loop University in September, the trio headed back to Fort McMurray excited to hit the ground running, targeting their ‘wish-lists’ of businesses first. With GetintheLoop’s market development team on location, taking them door-to-door with tried and tested sales techniques, they had all the tools needed to succeed.

The fact that GetintheLoop was not yet a well-known brand name in Alberta proved to be no problem for Sean, Nate and Scott. They quickly discovered that they were natural salesmen, and by simply talking to businesses, educating them on changing consumer behaviours and smartphone usage, they were able to get businesses excited to part of something new, and something big.  

The first Fort McMurray sale of GetintheLoop happened almost immediately after the franchise agreement was signed, and was a joint effort between Sean, Nate, Scott, and the corporate office. Knowing that Kelowna’s Orchard Park Mall was on the app, the team approached Peter Pond Mall, a two level centre with over 70 retailers located in the central business district. Scott explains how their efforts combined with a little help from corporate office landed them this big fish. “The owners of that mall also own the mall in Kelowna, so they actually got in touch with the corporate office and signed onto the platform for a year. Having Peter Pond on the app from day one provided the reassurance to other businesses that we were legitimate, and we were going to be able to attract lots of app downloads right off the bat with a host of neat offers from the mall.”

It’s only took a couple of weeks after Loop U for more sales to come rolling in, and after that, momentum continued to build. Expertly juggling big pushes for new businesses with social media blitzes to drive more app downloads, it didn’t take the team long to find their rhythm. “Businesses are now approaching us, and consumers are downloading the app” reveals Sean. “We’ve built our own little ecosystem up here, our own mobile community! It only took 4 months to get 50 businesses on board which blew our targets out of the water!”

While sales came easily to these gents, they found the servicing-side of the businesses to be the more challenging aspect. Maintaining relevant offers on the site at all times is critical to keep consumers using the app, and this is where the corporate office support was invaluable for Sean, Nate and Scott with help on everything from creating offers, to best practices on social media. Rising to the challenge, the team learned all they needed to know, and have found themselves settled into an easy routine of scheduling calls with customers, testing different offers on the platform, and finding what works for each business.

For this team, their goal is for GetintheLoop to be the number one source for information in Fort Mac, the app everyone turns to for any information on what’s going on in Fort Mac, and they are well on their way there!

Want to read more about the Fort McMurray team? Download the free case study here.

Why You Should Buy a Franchise


Still considering taking the plunge and buying a GetintheLoop franchise? We get it, it’s a big decision!  

Chrissie Rozak and her husband, Clay, bought a franchise in Airdrie, Alberta. We sat down with Chrissie and asked how she knew that GetintheLoop was the right decision for her family.

In case you need more reasons to get in touch with our franchise team, we’ve put together a list of six reasons why entrepreneurs across Canada have purchased a GetintheLoop franchise.  

Affordable entry: Our pricing is meant to attract the best and brightest not the wealthiest. You don't need a premise, employees, expensive equipment, inventory or a silly looking uniform to own a successful Local Franchise.

Easy to get started: We provide you with training, go-to-market collateral, a leading edge technology platform, and on-the-ground training and support. We even help you make your first few sales.

Reduced risk: We've been doing this and winning awards for over five years. We will teach you everything that has brought us success. Start your mobile marketing business on the right foot by using our proprietary platform used by thousands of businesses.

Flexibility: Break out of the cubicle and enjoy operating your own business from wherever you want on your phone or laptop. Whether that means more time at the lake or more time with the kids, GetintheLoop Local offers you a lifestyle and flexibility that a job and most other franchises can’t.

Passive revenue: As we've grown to 35 markets we've attracted regional and national clients. You'll earn passive revenue through our unique national account revenue sharing program.

Leading edge community: When you join GetintheLoop as a Local Franchise partner you join a uniquely entrepreneurial group of marketing leaders. Benefit from continuous learning, collaboration and connections of a dynamic, growing group.

We expect you will have questions. Our Franchise Team is here to answer them. Click here to get in touch with them right away.

Canada's Fastest Growing Franchise


Statistically, Canadian franchise companies sell an average of four franchises in a year.

In July of 2018, we announced the GetintheLoop franchising opportunity. By September of 2018, we sold ten franchises. By November? Thirteen. We started 2019 with five new franchisees joining the GetintheLoop family in January. How did we sell 18 franchises in the span of six months?

We've said it before, but we’ll say it again for the people in the back… we’re not your typical franchise!

In fact, we’re Canada’s first ever SaaS digital franchise. What does this mean for you?

  1. You don’t need a bricks and mortar location. To start your business, all you need is a mobile phone, a laptop, and a go-getter personality.

  2. A more affordable franchise fee. Culture is a huge part of what makes GetintheLoop successful, so we made our franchise fee affordable to ensure no one was deterred.

  3. Control your income. Work harder, sell more businesses, generate more revenue. It’s a simple equation and it’s entirely within your control.   

Want to learn more about what the ideal GetintheLoop franchisee looks like? Read our post about it here.

Why else are people across the country purchasing a GetintheLoop franchise? They believe in our purpose. In an age where small to medium sized businesses get lost in the digital space due to algorithms on social networks and large advertising budgets going to Silicon Valley companies, it’s easy to feel silenced. GetintheLoop gives a voice to local businesses. GetintheLoop truly is a company run by locals, supporting local businesses, and benefiting the local residents.

Do you want to learn more about being a part of Canada’s fastest growing franchise? Get in touch with our franchise team here and find out how you can bring GetintheLoop to your hometown.

The Ideal Franchisee

The most common question that prospective franchise owners ask us is “what does the ideal franchisee look like?”

It’s a great question. GetintheLoop franchises are different than typical franchises. We don’t require specific job experiences or education. Our franchisees come from many different professional backgrounds. And we made our franchise fee affordable to ensure no one was deterred.

However, there are a few traits that make our franchisees successful.

  1. Connected in the local community

  2. Willing to approach business owners

  3. Ready to work hard

  4. Passionate about entrepreneurship

The ideal GetintheLoop franchisee is well connected within their community and willing to get out there and start conversations. GetintheLoop was built to connect local consumers to businesses around them. The better you know your community, the faster your message will spread. The higher your comfort level in approaching local business owners, the more sales you will make. Both of these traits will directly impact your ability to get businesses on the app.

In addition, it’s incredibly important that prospective franchisees are ready to work hard. While this may seem like common sense, when you purchase a GetintheLoop franchise, you are becoming a business owner. We’re here to support you, but the success of your franchise truly is dependant on your work ethic and willingness to hustle.

Above all else, a GetintheLoop franchisee needs to be passionate about entrepreneurship and truly care about connecting local businesses with local consumers. This is at the core of what GetintheLoop is, and it’s important to us that our franchisees truly feel that GetintheLoop will benefit their community.

Are you ready to bring GetintheLoop to your community?

Local Businesses Need a Voice


At a very young age, I knew I wanted to be a business owner.  I was attracted to the ability to earn lots of money and be in control... be my own boss you could say.

I started like many entrepreneurs, by opening up a lemonade stand, and then moved onto shovelling driveways, mowing lawns, and then at age 19 I started to run my own hockey camps.  I quickly learned that running a business is challenging; it is stressful but it’s also rewarding.

One of my first “career” roles was at the Business Development Bank of Canada. At BDC they focus on lending solutions and consulting for small business across Canada.  It took me about 8 minutes into the role to know that working at a government bank was not for me, but the opportunity to help small business owners and get under the hood of so many companies and industries was necessary if I wanted to succeed on my own in the future. I was excited about that!

During my 11 months at BDC, I would study businesses financial statements, their margins, the traits that made successful business owners, and I worked to deeply understand their challenges.  One thing that I kept focusing on, and was drawn to was the businesses’ need to attract customers. Every business needs to operate efficiently, you need great products, fantastic service, and you need to have a margin; but none of this matters if you can’t find ways to attract new and repeat customers.

The big problem and opportunity that has been created by mobile phones and the digital world we live in today is that small to medium-sized businesses have lost their local voice.  For as long as anyone can remember you got the word out about your business through word of mouth, your local newspaper, or if you were able to afford it, you could put your ads on the radio… and for decades, this worked.  

Insert: Disruption in the local advertising landscape.

In a matter of years, everything changed. Word of mouth went digital and now takes place on social networks and through digital communication like text, and video. Advertisers however, are charging a premium for traditional services. Consumers no longer open their local paper, turn on their local radio station for music or tune in to their favourite local show. We now follow our news through our phones online (I use twitter) and we listen to Spotify or iTunes for our music. Our favourite personalities or hosts are no longer local, but global through podcasts and digital streams like youtube. I am stating the obvious, but where does that leave the local businesses that need a voice.

It leaves local businesses looking for an affordable channel to connect and interact with their future customers.  

When I first started GetintheLoop, or at the time “The Golf Loop”, it was a first step in trying to solve for this conundrum local businesses have been left with. From very early on we worked with golf courses to help them attract new customers through text messages and e-mails, helping create a meaningful and immediate connection to a new local customer base.  After two years of learning and listening to businesses in a variety of industries having that same challenge, I decided this would become our mission and vision for GetintheLoop, to create a platform and community that gives small business their voice back and we have been building ever since!

We have worked with over one thousand businesses on their local marketing strategy and continued to evolve and adjust based on their feedback.  The GetintheLoop platform was built to help a business tell their story, build their brand, highlight their products and services while using offers, unique experience and events to solve the biggest problem in business – customer attraction!

We grew to a team of over 30 strong and have heard from many of our customers the difference we have made in helping start their business, grow their business or in some cases, help save their business.  The biggest challenge we have faced? How do we bring GetintheLoop across North America, and one day the world, as quickly as we can because we know it is needed!

Insert: Disruptive digital franchise

GetintheLoop Local: A franchise opportunity we created to empower entrepreneurs in each community to own their own business by helping give a local voice BACK to small and medium sized business across the country.

Small business is at the core of our economy and makes up over 70% of all employment in Canada.  It is up to all of us to continue to support our business community by spending with local retailers, avoiding that big amazon order, and spreading the word about all the great businesses and business owners in your area.  It's not just important, it’s imperative. I encourage everyone to focus on ways to spend their money at local businesses and we will do our part by growing as fast as we possibly can to soon give businesses a local voice in every community across North America.

Positivity – It’s Powerful


Happy New Year!  I hope you have taken some time to recharge, get focused and gear up for an exciting 2019.

I spent a lot of time over the holidays reflecting on the past few years both in my professional and personal life. I find it valuable to reflect on the past year's successes but also changes. Change brings opportunity; reflecting on what your biggest asset is when it comes to change can help position you better for those opportunities.

I didn’t have to look too far to realize that my strengths are positivity and optimism. I genuinely believe the best will happen, always. That’s not to say that everything I do turns out positive, but my approach, the energy I put in, the outcome I visualize is always positive and I don’t see why anyone wouldn’t want to be thinking the same way!

I wanted to start 2019 by writing about all of the opportunities we have in front of us and our reasons to be positive. I challenge you to take this approach with you to see what you can achieve in 2019.

So, here goes:

People are important

One of the biggest changes I have made in the last year has been a dedicated focus on surrounding myself with positive, optimistic individuals. Life comes at you fast, there are ups and downs, and the last thing you need is to be associating with anyone who hinders your ability to believe in the best. Focus on removing negative individuals from your life and make room to meet and spend time with the positive people in your life. This has been one of the biggest differences in my energy, and focus. I spend my time learning and growing with people who think like me, and less time with negative energy vampires in my life.


Every interaction counts

They say that 93% of your communication is non-verbal. It’s all about your energy, your body language, your tone, and how you carry yourself. I challenge everyone to make a conscious effort to engage, say hello, and give a high-five or thumbs-up. The more energy and radiating positivity you can bring to each interaction you have, the more you will have the same energy returned. Make time to say hello and become that energy everyone is looking for, you won't believe the difference it makes in your own mood and outlook!

Social Media

As much as Social Media is the future, it should also start to become a part of your past. I am not suggesting that you completely unplug from social media, but I plan to continue to focus more on opportunities to unplug, disengage, and bring balance.

Your interactions and the people you associate with shape your social media experience much the same as in person. Un-follow those negative people on your Facebook, and delete friends that constantly post about negative news. Create your own social media experience following positive friends and inspirational leaders, who you relate too, and use it as an opportunity to learn.

I use social media as a tool to educate myself by following industry leaders and other profiles that I relate to. Take back control of the time you spend on social media and the people you follow.  I am POSITIVE you can turn your social media time into a desirable feed of uplifting and forward-thinking interactions, but this is only done by removing the negative interactions.

Surround yourself with positivity. These are just a few of the pieces I have on display in my house… there’s more!

Surround yourself with positivity. These are just a few of the pieces I have on display in my house… there’s more!

Enjoy the journey

This was one of my biggest weaknesses from age 16 – 30.  Like so many others, I have been in the rat race we call striving to succeed. I left junior hockey early because I needed to start university. I left university early because I needed to play pro-hockey. I left pro-hockey early so I could start a career, and then I did nothing but focus every minute of every day on GetintheLoop and its success. I have been driven by the “what’s next” for over half of my life.

It was about 18 months ago when I looked back and realized how much I've actually enjoyed being “in the grind.” I have been in control and living out my dream every day, but never stopped to notice it. I was always looking for the next milestone, the next achievement.  

I am sort of a millennial, but only older. Today, I see so many people striving for more, to earn more, get that next title, that next date, that next car, or the bigger house.  This is all good in my opinion as we need goals, and I celebrate bigger and better. The problem? We feel like we need to get to the next level because where we are at, is not good enough. WRONG.  Each and every step of life is a gift and we need to focus on enjoying every day and every step, as you will never be in this place again.  

Embrace that even the hardest challenges are opportunities to learn, to improve and all of a sudden they are seen as positive steps on your journey. With the right attitude, a lot of hard work and a bit of luck you're going to end up where you want to be but make sure you take time to appreciate where you are today.

Believe and think positively

You have to believe great things are ahead. First of all, why wouldn’t you? What’s better than waking up every day with the belief that today will be a great day.  Almost all of the exciting or positive things that have happened to me in my life came out of nowhere. The path once complete seemed obvious but the whole time I was going down the road I didn’t know exactly how it would happen, I just believed, stayed positive and worked hard. Your next big win, goal, or achievement could be so close, you have to believe it will happen and staying positive will be a key to getting there.

Like with anything in life, to be good at it you have to work at it. Turning your attitude and your approach to a positive one is no different. Take time to focus on it, surround yourself with people, signs, sayings and whatever else it takes for you to replicate and emulate a positive attitude day-in and day-out.  It’s amazing what the power of positive people can bring. Join the movement of positivity, hustle, and growth that I plan to focus on as we head into 2019. Here is to another fantastic year!


The Support We Give You


At GetintheLoop, our team is known as The Wolfpack and this extends to our franchisees. When you purchase a GetintheLoop franchise, you join our family, and we ensure you have the support you need to be successful.

Loop University

Once you’ve purchased a GetintheLoop franchise, you will attend a three-day immersive training session with your fellow franchisees. Loop University is a crash course on all things GetintheLoop… plus a little bit of fun! GetintheLoop isn’t your typical franchise, so we make sure Loop University isn’t your typical training course.


Once you’ve purchased your GetintheLoop franchise, our Corporate Marketing team starts working right away to ensure your market launches successfully. With a three phase market launch program strategy, the Corporate Marketing team helps drive brand awareness within your market. You’ll continue to work closely with the Corporate Marketing team going forward as they support you with social media activity, events, contests, and promotional materials.


Every GetintheLoop franchise is paired up with a Franchise Development Manager (FDM), who will support your sales efforts. Visiting you in market, your FDM will hit the streets with you and help you sell your first ten businesses. Even once you’re confident in selling, your FDM will continue to check in and ensure you’re supported and successful in all sales efforts.


To aid in creating offers on the platform and servicing your business partners, every franchise has a Franchise Support Manager (FSM). As your main point of contact, If they can’t help you themselves, your FSM will immediately put you in contact with someone at HQ who can answer your question. Essentially your FSM is there to ensure your success.

Online Portal

Franchisees have access to our Online Portal; full of Sales and Marketing Toolkits, How-To manuals, Guidelines, FAQ sheets, and step-by-step videos on how to make your franchise successful.

Are you ready to own your company and have the support of the Wolfpack behind you? Book a meeting with our franchise team today to learn more about bringing GetintheLoop to your community.

Setting the Bar for Success


Wanting to become entrepreneurs and create a new revenue stream for their families, Scott, Sean, and Nate purchased the GetintheLoop Fort McMurray franchise. After attending the first Loop University training session in Kelowna, they returned to Fort McMurray ready to come out of the gates strong.

And did they ever!

The team hustled hard, signing 30 local businesses in 30 days, including the city’s newest major shopping centre. This effort played a key role in generating local enthusiasm, excitement and awareness amongst residents.

They threw a launch party with their partner, Boston Pizza, with support from the Fort McMurray Mayor in attendance, along with many families within the community.


The community has been so supportive of GetintheLoop that the Fort McMurray team has made sure they show their appreciation by giving back. Partnering with the local Wood Buffalo Food Bank, the Fort McMurray team initiated the Downloads4Dollars campaign, where GetintheLoop donates $1 for every app download through an entire month. The GetintheLoop Fort McMurray team also raised 669 pounds of pet food for the Furry Friends Food Drive!

Not only have they been able to build a strong sense of community and support local charities, the Fort McMurray team successfully paid off their franchise fee in less than 90 days from when they first launched their market!

GetintheLoop Local was created to empower local entrepreneurs within their communities. Scott, Sean, and Nate embody what it means to be a GetintheLoop Franchisee and we couldn’t be more proud of their success.  

Are you ready to bring GetintheLoop to your community? Book a meeting directly with our franchise team by clicking HERE. We can’t wait to hear from you!

Why I Bought a GetintheLoop Franchise


We sat down with Chrissie Rozak, the owner of GetintheLoop Airdrie when she came to town for Loop University and talked to her about what really drove her to purchase a GetintheLoop franchise.

Three reasons why Chrissie bought a franchise (and you should too!)

1 - The technology

Providing offers from local companies directly to the mobile phones of local consumers benefits everyone within a community. Chrissie got right to the point, “it’s fast forward...it’s the technology we need these days.”

2 - Low overhead costs

The affordable franchise fee and incredibly low overhead costs of GetintheLoop opened the entrepreneurship door for Chrissie and her husband. Always wanting to own their own business, a GetintheLoop franchise removed many of the barriers that typical franchises have.

3 - Brand and culture

It was important to Chrissie that the culture and morals of GetintheLoop had to align with her family’s values. It didn’t take long for Chrissie to realize that the GetintheLoop family, or Wolfpack as we like to call ourselves, could easily become an extension of her own family!

Do any of Chrissie’s reasons for buying a franchise strike a chord with you? Book a meeting with our franchise team HERE and learn more about bringing GetintheLoop to your city.

How to Make $ With a GetintheLoop Franchise


There’s a lot that goes in to buying a typical franchise. You need to secure a bricks and mortar location, buy equipment, hire staff, and of course, pay a hefty franchise fee. It’s a significant financial investment with lots of risk.

The good news? GetintheLoop isn’t your typical franchise.

A GetintheLoop franchise fee is only $35,000, considerably less than almost all other franchise opportunities. Better yet, GetintheLoop franchisees can operate a franchise with just a smartphone, a laptop, and go-getter attitude. No building, no equipment, no staff.

Let’s talk numbers. When a franchisee signs up 50 local businesses they could make $94,500 a year. Sign up 100? You’re looking at an income of $189,000. The average franchisee will have the capacity to service more than 150 local businesses at one time… we’ll let you do that math.

Does it sound too good to be true? It’s not! GetintheLoop Local was built to empower local businesses and entrepreneurs alike. Get in touch with our franchise team HERE to learn more about bringing GetintheLoop to your city.

Five Reasons People are Buying a GetintheLoop Franchise


What made you reach out to GetintheLoop Local to learn more about our franchise opportunities?

At our last Loop University training session, we sat down with our franchisees and discussed what drove them reach out to learn more about a GetintheLoop franchise. With varying backgrounds and lifestyles, it was interesting to uncover some common themes amongst these new entrepreneurs.

1 - Change their life

Feel stuck? Is Monday the absolute worst? Some of our franchisees were looking for a change. They felt trapped in their current career and were tired of staring at the clock all day, willing it to tick faster.

2 - Control their income and control their destiny

With GetintheLoop you can stop asking your boss for a raise and actually go out and control how much money you’re bringing in annually. This control allows you to dictate your hours, schedule, and lifestyle.

3 - Be home with family

Traditional jobs keep you away from your family for long hours. A GetintheLoop franchise allows you the flexibility to work from home, spend more time with your kids, and make sure you’re not missing out on the important parts of your life.

4 - A project with your significant other to bring them closer together

Who better to go into business with than your husband or wife? GetintheLoop provides an opportunity for couples to purchase a franchise and work together to achieve their family goals.

5 - Build a sense of community

A common theme amongst franchisees is that they want to create a sense of community in their city. GetintheLoop connects local businesses with people in the community. There’s no easier way to experience new things in your city than with GetintheLoop.

Does this sound like you? Get in touch with our franchise team HERE to learn more about bringing GetintheLoop to your city.

Not Your Typical Franchise


Only a couple of months after launching Canada’s first ever SaaS digital franchise, our team is happy to report that we have completed two Loop Universities (our unique three-day franchisee training program), added extra Loop University training sessions for the first quarter of 2019, and are in the process of expanding into three new provinces!

As we prepare to launch in Ontario and Atlantic Canada, and explore opportunities in the United States, we thought we would share some of the ways Loop University is different than your usual franchise training program.

We pride ourselves on having a sports team mentality when it comes to our approach to work and our commitment to goals.

“We definitely have a sports team type focus and commitment when it comes to company goals but also when it comes to activities and fun. Competing in foosball, fantasy football, softball, pretty much anything, we are the Wolf Pack, we also look out for each other. Everyone cares,” explains Head of Culture, Paige Roguski.

What do you get when you combine a hustling company with a sports team mentality launching new markets across North America, with their new pumped up franchise owners? Team building!

Loop University has turned into much more than just training. You won’t find GetintheLoop Local owners going through a manual and taking exams. Instead, the owners are immersing themselves in an industry, connecting with their new teammates, and collaborating with GetintheLoop’s leadership and operation teams. It’s a 3-day bonanza featuring keynotes from CEO Matt Crowell, Franchise Advisor Cliff Shillington, and workshops hosted by President Chris Pinkerton, VP Marketing Jason Mann, and Director of Sales and Partner Success Nick Fane. Franchisees work hands-on with their market support team to learn the process we have developed over the past five years in an engaging and exhilarating setting.

“We are all partners in the growth and success of GetintheLoop. This is an exciting journey we are all on, together. It's important to get to know one another professionally and also socially. We have a long and bright future together. “ – Chris Pinkerton

We basically immerse you in a networking bootcamp. Networking is a huge part of building a successful GetintheLoop business and we make this a top priority at Loop University. Team building is much more than just learning together, it's getting to know one another, letting your hair down, going bowling, eating pizza, and having some fun while in beautiful Kelowna.

As we head into 2019 with aggressive expansion plans and Loop Universities scheduled for every month, one thing you can be sure of is a focus on team building, good times, and camaraderie.

Loop University 2 - Setting the Stage for Success


This morning the next class of GetintheLoop franchisees are in Kelowna for their immersive 3-day GetintheLoop University training.

Our Founder/CEO, Matt Crowell, kicked off the morning by telling the incredible GetintheLoop backstory and our President, Chris Pinkerton, sharing the #1 reason we decided to grow through franchising today (hint: local heart and soul). We also got to learn more about why each franchise has decided to join us in our mission of connecting consumers with local brick and mortar businesses in their community and their hopes of breaking the chains of 9-5 jobs and building financial freedom. For us at GetintheLoop, there is nothing more powerful and motivating than hearing the stories of the people who have decided to (in the words of one of our franchisees) “make life happen for them, not to them”.

Over the next three days, our next crop of franchisees will learn what they need in order to set out and start their journey with GetintheLoop back in their communities. Afterwards, we’ll join our franchisees in their home markets to help sell their first business partners; an effective, on-the-ground training opportunity that also accelerates the growth of our franchisee’s business.

With our first franchisee training session just 60 days ago, we have now effectively launched more than one GetintheLoop franchise owned market per week. Anyone involved in franchising understands one of the main benefits of buying a franchise is the ability to jump-start success by following a proven playbook. We are thrilled to report that after only two months, two franchise owners in our first class have already earned back their original franchise investment and are well down the path to creating amazing local, GetintheLoop businesses.

At GetintheLoop HQ we too have been crushing expectations around our own goals of growing the business through franchising. We are experiencing an increasing demand for franchise information and territories. As a result, we've added another Loop University session for January 2019, with a second session to follow in February 2019.

If you are interested in becoming a GetintheLoop Franchisee, get in touch with us today HERE.

GetintheLoop is Accepted into the Canadian Franchise Association


Our team is proud to announce that we have been accepted into the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA). This is an exciting day for our team and our current and future franchisees. Earlier this year we announced the creation of GetintheLoop Local and launched the first ever SaaS franchising opportunity for entrepreneurs across North America. We are committed to a growing group of entrepreneurs who take the badge of becoming a GetintheLoop Local owner. Becoming a member of the CFA is another big step on a long and exciting journey for our team and our franchisees.

A little bit more about the Canadian Franchise Association: 

The Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) helps everyday Canadians realize the dream of building their own business through the power of franchising. The CFA advocates on issues that impact this dream on behalf of more than 700 corporate members and over 40,000 franchisees from many of Canada’s best-known and emerging franchise brands. Beyond its role as the voice of the franchise industry, the CFA strengthens and develops franchising by delivering best-practice education and creating rewarding connections between Canadians and Canadian franchise opportunities.