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Consider contacting FranNet. FranNet itself is a franchise, and it offers a no-cost assessment tool that helps evaluate whether a client has the acumen to operate a business successfully. FranNet represents more than 200 franchises. Its assessment process evaluates a client’s interests, experience and availability of finances, allowing FranNet to suggest several franchises from its portfolio. To learn more, visit www.frannet.com.
Scott Timmons pours a smoothie at Jamba Juice in Ahwatukee
Posted: Friday, July 22, 2011 12:00 pm | Updated: 8:19 pm, Sat Jul 23, 2011.
By Allison Hurtado, Ahwatukee Foothills News | 0 comments
The number of franchisees opening to help safeguard their children in the future has increased in the past few years according to research done by FranNet, a franchise research and consultant company. But Ahwatukee Foothills franchisees say it was a combination of that mixed with just good business sense.
Tom Wiens is pumped. Only two months after opening his own Max Muscle franchise in Eugene, Wiens, 49, comes into work every day excited about the decision he says he has “banked his whole future on.”
While many individuals have invested in franchise opportunities as a way of providing themselves with a certain level of financial security during the economic recession, another segment of businesspeople have opened franchise units to protect the future interests of their children.
Children never go out of style; nor does the desire of parents to give them the best. Child-focused franchises that specialize in extracurricular offerings such as tutoring, art instruction and physical activities, including karate, are hot and getting hotter. FranNet consultants across the U.S. and Canada are seeing increased interest in services and companies geared […]
Franchising lacks buzz, but may be successful option By Jim Kendall With so many people looking for a job, or looking to replace a lost job with their own business, it’s somewhat surprising that there isn’t more buzz about franchising. Money — or, more correctly, the lack of money — seems to be the reason. […]
Merri Cronk started out with a career in the racing industry. She took a sharp turn when she switched to a franchising career as a FranNet consultant. Cronk fell in love with franchising because of its potential to improve the lives of people on multiple levels – economical, personal and professional. Also important was that […]