The Franchise Crash Course is almost ready! Can you help us out?
We're so close to finishing our long-awaited Franchise Crash Course, and it'll be coming out in a few weeks.
But before we release the course we want to make sure we've covered everything that's important to you.
Can you take 2 minutes to let us know the most important things we NEED to cover in the course?
You can take the 2 minute survey here (and get a little more detail on the course).
How Franchisees Can Grow Their Sales
However, once the ribbons come down and time passes, franchisees begin to recognize the challenge ahead and that, in many ways, they're on their own: regardless of the amount of support their franchisor provides, the franchisee is ultimately responsible for generating sales for his or her new business.
Why Doesn't White Castle Franchise?
The answer is actually pretty simple and proves that rabid customer loyalty and a consistent menu, while not sufficient for world-beating growth, can still take a brand a long way.
Why Should I Open a Franchise Rather Than Open My Own Business?
America has always been the land of free enterprise, and the prospect of self- employment may sound like a dream come true. Imagine the schedule flexibility, the freedom to explore and expand while pursuing an interesting career. The alleyways of entrepreneurship are so vast that it can be rather daunting to entertain. What is the right business for today? What product is in demand? Which business model is most profitable? What concept is most likely to succeed? Potential owners also must consider that franchising may be a better option than small business start ups. Yes, when entrepreneurship meets franchising, the parameters change. There may still be freedom, but new franchisees find themselves absorbed into a preset business model with a tried and true support system.