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How Franchises Are Changing Education

Over the last 20 years, education franchises have exploded from a handful of tutoring and lesson-giving franchises to dozens if not hundreds of different franchises that are changing the ways kids and adults learn inside and outside the traditional classroom. Although some of the largest education...Read More

By Suzanne Musial | Posted February 17, 2016

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Franchising vs. Entrepreneurship: How to Get All the Benefits Without the Risks

Franchising and Entrepreneurship are two different business concepts that share many facets and aspects, even though they also have significant differences. This article will explore both and explain the advantages to be gained from the franchise business model. The Entrepreneur ModelOf course,...

By Suzanne Musial | Posted February 10, 2016

How CRM Systems Help Increase Customer Retention

Forrester researchers claim that marketers obsess over customer acquisition and lose focus on the equally, if not more, important aspect of customer retention. A study by Econsultancy established how marketers are inclined toward customer acquisition over retention, in pure...

Posted December 09, 2015

Live Like the Rich on a Middle Class Salary

It used to be that if you wanted to be pampered, you had to take a day off and spend hundreds of dollars at the spa. If you wanted great food, you paid through the nose at your favorite restaurant. These days, however, franchises are making it possible to get a wax on your lunch break and a great...

By | Posted October 26, 2015

Will a $15 Minimum Wage Be the Death of Fast Food Outlets?

Supporters cry fairness and a living wage, while critics predict economic disaster, which they claim is already beginning. In April, Seattle took the first step to raising its minimum wage to $15 per hour, and other cities like New York and San Francisco may be following close behind if pending...

By | Posted October 26, 2015

Motivation and the Three Stages of Franchisees

There are three recognised stages to franchising - starting out, growing the business and planning for retirement. A franchisor has three sets of franchisees at any given time: those enthusiastic newbies who want to get going, the established locations looking to improve and the old-timers wanting...

Posted September 23, 2015

Buying Multiple Franchises: A Path to Success

Buying multiple franchises can be a good business decision to make for several reasons. Managing multiple franchises is a challenge that requires many different skills, but can yield great rewards if the challenge is met well.  There are many factors to consider when deciding whether multiple...

By | Posted August 05, 2015

Best Franchises For Career Changers

Up until now, you've done the career thing - punched a time clock for the 40 hour work-week (maybe more), sat at a cubicle, gossiped at the water cooler, been at the beck and call of a boss.  Maybe you're just burnt out at your current job and want to do something different. Maybe what you're...

By | Posted August 05, 2015

Avoid These Pitfalls When Buying A Franchise

Franchising is a great way to be your own boss without being out in the world as a business owner all alone. As part of a parent company with an established record of success, you have the autonomy of being in charge of your location within the framework of a system that has shown itself to...

By | Posted August 05, 2015

5 Green Flags That You're Ready to Invest in a Franchise

A long-term career will raise many questions along the way. This is attributable to having dedicated yourself through the years to hard work in order to become highly competent in your field. Sadly, the reward of having done so didn't quite match up with prior expectations. Recognition and reward...

Posted August 04, 2015

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