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Newest Posts for Entrepreneurs
At the Intersection of Office Coffee, Subscription Revenue, and Opportunity
In a $400+ billion global coffee market, office coffee-as-a-service remains the great untapped opportunity (cold brew pun intended).
Should You Open a Coffee Shop Franchise?
At FranchiseHelp, we see thousands of visitors each month from budding entrepreneurs who think that selling coffee to their fellow caffeine addicts could make for an exciting and lucrative venture.
Rebuilding Michigan Through Franchising
Juggling work and a degree is no easy task. But that didn’t stop Timothy Rice, a serial entrepreneur and owner of multiple franchises. He studied at the University of Michigan for over 10 years to earn a degree in consumer behavior, economics, and public relations. Upon graduating in 2005, Rice entered the corporate world, but quickly found that it was not a match with his skills or his lifestyle.
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Q&A with FranchiseHelp Account Management
With many years of experience in the franchise space, we’ve seen a wide variety of client-related questions. We’ll be addressing some of the most frequently asked questions in today’s article!
Following up with Lead Generation - FranFunnel and Lead Qualification
So you've gotten leads with us, great. What's next? Read this article to check out our other products to support you in your follow up processes!
Franchising in the Golden State
“On September 18, 2019, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Assembly Bill 5, or AB-5, which the state's legislature had passed on September 11. Through its codification and wide-ranging application of the so-called ABC Test, AB-5 could potentially turn franchising – where an independent owner licenses a brand name and an operating system from an established brand – into a corporate model, where independent owners and their employees are effectively absorbed into a single company.”