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Senior care and tutoring franchises are booming, says FranNet franchise consultant Jim Gleason, 62, worked in sales, alcohol and drug counseling and career consulting before joining FranNet five years ago. The Indianapolis-based business covers almost the entire state of Indiana, save the Gary area near Chicago and the area just across the Ohio River […]
BoomersNextSteps.com recently interviewed Jania Bailey, FranNet’s president and COO, about franchising opportunities for Baby Boomers and how FranNet can help future franchisees reach their business goals.
Now is not the time for half-steps to dig our economy out of the hole. We need strong action to empower entrepreneurs and help them start businesses that can provide good, lasting jobs to the nation’s citizens. According to FRANdata, the nationwide franchise information service, each new franchise creates an average of 10 jobs.
Over the course of 25 years, FranNet has guided a lot of interested franchise owners towards the right fit. Our ability to match entrepreneurs with the right opportunities has helped create thousands of businesses, new careers and tens of thousands of jobs.
Even if you really enjoy your work and have the world’s greatest boss, you’re still subject to someone else’s priorities, directions and opinions, not yours. If you’re an independent-minded, skilled, driven professional, that can start to rankle after a while.
Is it any wonder that American workers by the thousands are flocking to franchise brokers to guide them into new careers in franchise ownership?
This year’s IFA Conference was the highest attended in history. There are still some grim economic realities and the economy still has a long way to go, but it is clear that the franchise industry is expecting to see growth across all sectors in 2012.
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.
Does the thought of meeting new people induce panic attacks? Would you rather endure a TSA pat-down than give a talk in front of your peers? The fear of public speaking, or glossophobia, afflicts about 95% of all speakers to some degree. Extreme forms of this phobia can result in nausea, shakiness, or profuse sweating. […]