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“In a down economy, franchise opportunities are some of the best business opportunities available for skilled professionals who have lost their jobs or decided to leave corporate America,” said FranNet President and COO Jania Bailey. “FranNet has been able to grow quickly over the last three years because it meets a need in the marketplace for good, viable, long-term business options.”
Mid-career and late-career professionals over 50 are loaded to the hilt with skills and talents. They need or want a new arena for them. Sound familiar?
We were pretty excited to open up the Toronto Star, Canada’s highest-circulation newspaper, on Saturday to see FranNet featured in not one but two articles!
And while few people are trading up to larger homes these days, the economy hasn’t stopped them from packing up or changing addresses – a boon for moving and storage franchises.
Sound statistics underlie our optimism. Recently, the International Franchise Association released an extensive Economic Impact Report that, using 2007 U.S. Census data on franchise businesses, carefully measures franchising’s economic impact in the United States.