Franchisee Resource Center
Your headquarters for guidance and information on researching, finding, and launching a franchise.
Whether you are just starting to look into franchise ownership or are ready to figure out financing options our courses will give you the information you need to be ready to become a franchise owner.
We'll help you quickly build your franchise ownership profile, then present you with a personalized list of franchises you can open - based on your goals, investment budget, interests, and more!
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Becoming Your Own Boss: Buying a Franchise in 2023
Are you an aspiring entrepreneur looking for a profitable and stable business opportunity in 2023? Buying a franchise continues to be a popular and rewarding option for potential new business owners in 2023, and might be the perfect path for you! Franchising offers a proven business model, already established brand recognition, and ongoing support significantly reducing the risks typically associated with becoming a new business owner. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of buying a franchise in 2023, key considerations, and some of 2023’s hottest franchise sectors.
Thinking Globally: Why an International Franchise Can Be a Smart Investment
Calling all entrepreneurs! New business owners experience many benefits from making the choice to invest in a franchise. But there are additional advantages of investing in an international franchise. We will share them with you here and tell you about five of the top franchises that have gone global!
Franchise Ownership in your 40's
You’ve likely heard the ancient Chinese proverb, “The best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago–the second best time is now.” The same goes for any investment in life--launching a business venture is no different. Turns out, your 40's may be the most ideal time to launch your franchise, after all! Read on to learn more...
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.