|Cash Required:||$79,991 - $94,466|
|Net Worth Required:||$300,000|
|Total Investment:||$79,991 - $94,466|
|Franchising Since:||1996||Home Office:||Westminster, CO|
TAB Franchise Owners run dynamic, membership-only board meetings every month where members pool their knowledge and experience for the benefit of the group. Each board consists of up to 10 business owners and CEOs of privately-owned companies.
In a trusted, candid and confidential setting, decision makers from non-competing companies in diverse industries meet to solve problems and evaluate opportunities in their markets. Along with discussing the business challenges they face and exploring new possibilities for increased productivity and profitability, members will also hold each other accountable for results.
As a TAB Franchise Owner, you will nurture the growth of local businesses. Through a platform of knowledge and guidance, you will deliver real-world advice that provides a results-driven advantage to help business owners stay focused on what matters most. The impact you have will ripple through your community as you facilitate positive change by performing top level coaching, business owner board facilitation and business consulting.
In addition to facilitating TAB Board meetings, you will also provide individual coaching sessions using TAB’s proprietary tools and processes. Working one-on-one with TAB members, you will analyze their business and help them create a customized strategic plan that will allow them to reach their business objectives and personal vision.
It takes 23 hours per month on average to service an 8-member board. This includes board meetings, coaching session, preparation time and travel time. It’s a very efficient model that supports the balance between work and life.
The work/life balance, the variety and the control over their schedule does make TAB Franchise Owners the envy of their colleagues. You may also be wondering whether you are qualified to successfully deliver TAB’s services.
While TAB Franchise Owners love making a difference in their member’s businesses and lives, enjoy the flexibility and control that owning their own business provides and appreciate earning a good income along the way, the TAB model provides many other benefits.
Because, unlike many other models, TAB provides protected territories, TAB Franchise Owners have access to a global collaborative network of other business advisors. TAB Franchise Owners are proud to be part of an elite community of business advisors from around the word that help each other achieve more in their businesses. In fact, we practice what we preach by establishing peer boards among ourselves so that TAB Franchise Owners can experience the same benefits they offer their members.
TAB’s franchisee support teams assist franchise owners in growing board membership and sustaining desired business levels through strong member retention. Our support programs include:
In addition, you will have access to numerous tools that will help you run your business effectively. These tools include:
There’s no right or wrong background to come from. There’s no golden qualification or former position held that will make you a great success as a TAB Franchise Owner. The only thing guaranteed to ensure your success is YOU.
As with any business, what you get out depends on what you put in. Successful TAB Franchise Owners have many characteristics in common.
Our brand’s success is based on the quality of the people we invite into the system. Ideal candidates are transitioning executives, experienced consultants and former business owners, with experience in a senior-level role – either in a corporate environment or as a consultant to business executives. Our most successful Franchise Owners are aggressive, hungry to earn a great income, results-oriented and excited about long term growth.
If you’re nodding along here, you’re already halfway there.
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The Alternative Board is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.
Interested parties should have at least $80,000 in liquid capital to invest.Request Information