Continuing the alphabet of sales: Moving on with P–Q–R.
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Culture is defined as the customs, attitude and achievements of a particular group. Not every group has a good culture whether it be past or present, and typically one only has to be around a particular group to realize if the culture, fits their lifestyle, whereas other cultures are delightful and one can easily see themselves fitting right in! By Don Clayton
Starting, helping, taking charge are just some of the words women use to describe how they began their career in franchising. Regardless of the path, they share a common ground; the franchise industry has enabled them to reach their professional goals. By Shelia Fischer
When it comes to applying for a small-business loan, there are endless options, but an unsecured loan typically is the best one for franchisees. An unsecured loan is any loan from a lender that is based only on the applicant’s creditworthiness. There is no collateral to back the loan. By Chris Fuller
I might be dating myself by recalling the anti-drug ads from the ‘80s and trying to relate them to franchising. The relevancy in my mind comes from the fact that restraint and saying no to something that feels good in the near term but will cause long-term pain is much easier said than done. By Tom Spadea
September 15 marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the history, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors come from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. By Rikki Amos
In October, Franchise Dictionary Magazine highlights the representation of women in the franchise industry. There is a lot to celebrate, as Franchise Business Review reports that women-owned franchise businesses have increased by 38% in the past 10 years. By Nancy E. Williams
Thirty-one years ago, Jeff Salter, CEO of Caring Senior Service, founded the home care company when he saw an opportunity to provide a service that was hard to find: non-medical care. Since then, the company, which provides in-home care to help seniors avoid relocation, has grown to five corporate offices and 53 franchise units. By Cindy Charette