Learn How to Grow Your Business from the Experts
Did you know that only about 50% of small businesses are able to last three years or longer? Do you want to be one of the businesses that is to succeed, profit, and grow?
We know that you do! That’s why we partnered with Steve Strauss, USA Today’s small business columnist, to create a guide dedicated to helping you own a successful business. If you want to be successful you need to learn from those who have been successful in the past. They have lived and worked through the same path you’re about to go down and this ebook helps you take lessons from their successes and failures without having to go through the same struggles yourself.
It doesn’t matter what type of business you are about to start, the lessons are the same! Click on the link below and learn how you can run a business that is as successful as possible.
The Best Franchise Blogs
Out on the web, there's more than enough entertaining and interesting information to make your head spin. While the Internet of a half decade ago was held hostage by professionals and degree-touting experts reporting in the same old monotone voices, passionate topic bloggers soon tore that model apart, and helped open up the medium to anyone with something to say.
The Best States for Business
Should you really go west, young man (or woman)? Several news sources claim that they have found the best states for business development by constructing clever point value ranking systems. We analyzed them and figured out the top five states that are truly the best of the best to start a new business in.
Top 5 Reasons to Join an Emerging Franchise
Investing in any franchise is a risk. You’re counting on franchisors for guidance; other franchisees for support and you’re investing a ton of money to build your business. Now add the risk factor of investing in an emerging franchise, a franchise with only a few franchisees. Does it add risk? Maybe, but there are far more benefits of investing in an emerging franchise that the little added risk, is a fleeting concern. Your voice is not only heard by the franchisors, but it’s also helping to make positive changes for future franchisees. Take a extremely large franchise such as, McDonalds or Hilton. Can you imagine a franchisee picking up the phone to call the President of the company to share an idea they had on how to make franchisees daily operations more efficient? In an emerging franchise, you are able to have a close relationship with the corporate team behind the concept and your ideas will be taken seriously. They believe in you as much as you believe in them. Here are five more reasons to join an emerging franchise: