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Corporate refugees and other potential new franchise owners now have even more resources available through a new partnership between FranNet and Business Networking International, the world’s largest business networking organization.
A recent article in the Highlands Ranch Herald, “Odd jobs supplement household income,” by Chris Michlewicz features innovative start-up ideas along with a few resourceful words from Stacy Swift, co-owner of FranNet Denver.
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.
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.
Book review: Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom by Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Lechter
Robert Kiyosaki, author of the Rich Dad Poor Dad series is an investor, entrepreneur and educator. His ideas on money and investing go against the grain of conventional wisdom as he has challenged and changed the way tens of millions think about money and investing. In Cashflow Quadrant, Kiyosaki teams up with education advocate Sharon […]
Looking for a way to ensure your success before you even get started with a franchise? You’re ready to open a franchise for the first time. Thinking you’d better do your homework, you grab every book you can find on accounting, customer service, employee motivation, marketing, cash flow, sales techniques…and on and on. Before you […]