owning a franchise
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.
This week Dr. Carol Kinsey-Goman’s The Silent Language of Leaders: How Body Language Can Help – or Hurt – How You Lead is out. Dr. Goman’s titles include books on nonverbal communication and leadership. Here are five of her body language secrets you should know: First Impressions In only seven seconds, your brain makes eleven critical decisions about a […]
A funny name doesn’t mean funny business. College Hunks Hauling Junk Just like the computer support businesses like Geek Squad are gaining popularity across the nation, College Hunks Hauling Junk is a franchise opportunity well on its way to becoming a national brand. Franchises that serve the junk-removal industry appeal to highly segmented publics, homeowners and small business owners […]
You know you want to be a small business owner but you don’t know what small business you want to own. This is why we have franchises and franchising consultants like FranNet to help you figure this out. Buying into a franchise is like walking a tightrope with a net and a safety harness – […]
It is fairly common for people who are considering franchise ownership to look at a directory of franchises, or magazine lists of “top” franchises. (I put the word in quotes because a key norm often to become “top” is….how much advertising did you buy? Many in the industry are severely skeptical about these lists. I […]