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FranNet’s job is to take stock of clients’ interests, life goals, desires and skills and find franchise companies that match them.
Belmont University Promotes Franchising as Corporate Alternative with FranNet Consultant Dan Aronoff
Students at Nashville’s Belmont University are getting a hands-on look at franchising, a business model experts regard as an important alternative to large corporations.
A man with a entrepreneurial spirit, Gene Rogero was looking for something outside the banking world where he had spent 25 years.
FranNet, a North American network of franchise consultants, maintains a strong presence on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media outlets, encouraging its team of more than 75 franchise owners in the United States and Canada to maximize their impact via social media as well.
Mike Welch doesn’t mind talking about his “failure” as a traditional small business owner because it eventually led him to seek the structure and success of franchising.
FranNet helps former corporate employees make the transition to business ownership through franchising. Many of our clients were forced out of their corporate jobs and turned to franchising because it was their best option.
In an article by Sara Wilson for Allbusiness.com posted on Oct. 27, an interesting discovery was made: having a college degree does not necessarily guarantee success in the franchise industry.