April 2024 Issue – Digital Articles

April 2024 Issue – Digital Articles2024-03-28T14:19:09-04:00


Salty Dawg Pet Salon + Bakery: Developing Trust

As an emerging brand, Salty Dawg Pet Salon + Bakery aims to transform the pet grooming industry through a unique experience that maximizes comfort for pets, pet parents and groomers alike. Unlike many other groomers, Salty Dawg Pet Salon + Bakery prides itself on transparency because it allows pet parents to see what’s happening to their pets throughout the entire process. By Shelby Green


Hawaii Fluid Art: FRANCHISEES OF THE MONTH: JODI & SHAHID MEHMOOD: Art Impacting a Community

Husband-and-wife team Jodi and Shahid Mehmood are no strangers to the world of franchising. With a history of working as FranServe consultants while owning a successful Pilates franchise, the couple was looking for a change in their lifestyle. Specifically, they wanted something that’s a bit more family focused. At the time, the couple’s son was 11, and both Jodi and Shahid wanted a franchise opportunity in which he could also participate. By Kelsi Trinidad


Best Option Restoration: GIVING BACK: Reliable Restoration Changes Lives

Best Option Restoration has built its reputation as a leader in the home restoration industry by focusing on water restoration services. The company is dedicated to helping people who have found themselves in bad circumstances. Every job taken affords franchisees an opportunity to serve the local community, aiding those who need it most. By Kelsi Trinidad


Cartridge World: FAMILY AFFAIR: Evolving With an Entrepreneurial Mindset

Cartridge World USA has evolved over the years from its ubiquitous brick-and-mortar stores to a home-based, executive model established in 2014. The model allows franchisees to work from anywhere while benefiting from low overhead, no inventory or employees, recurring revenue, a work-life balance, unlimited earnings and more. By Patty Horansky


SPECIAL SECTION: SENIOR + MEDICAL CARE: Sharing a Passion for Support and Care: Franchises Fill the In-between for the Sandwich Generation

So many of the brands we work with at SMB started their business based on a true passion to support others whether it was someone in their own family or another person in their community. They were inspired to reach out and close the gap, assisting others. By Dawn Abbamondi


One You Love Home Care: Setting a New Benchmark in Home Care

Because of an aging U.S. population, the need for quality home care services is going to continue to grow in the coming years. Fortunately, One You Love Homecare is empowering aspiring entrepreneurs to make an impact in the lives of seniors across the country with a proven business model that’s elevating the quality of care seniors receive. By Shelby Green



Inc. Magazine Recognizes FranServe, Inc.

The first 92 days of 2024 have proven to be nothing less than extraordinary for FranServe, Inc. In addition to a record number of franchise placements equating to new entrepreneurs, FranServe has recently learned that it has been recognized by Inc. magazine as one of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S. for 2024. This is a prestigious recognition from Inc. magazine. The list is a ranking of companies according to the percentage growth of their annual revenue over a two year period, as explained on its website. By Nancy E. Williams


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Hofbrauhaus: Tap Into an Authentic German Concept

Since 2003, Hofbräuhaus of America has been serving up a one-of-kind drinking, dining and entertainment experience. As an extension of the famous Hofbräuhaus in Munich, the Hofbräuhaus of America company strives to bring the historic brand and its rich culture to cities across the U.S. by partnering with passionate and knowledgeable franchisees. By Shelby Green


FranServe Helps Kick Off the Franchise Ascension Initiative

At the 2024 International Franchise Association (IFA) Annual Convention, a new program was launched. The Franchise Ascension Initiative (TAI), according to the IFA website, “is a 6-month accelerator program aimed at preparing qualified individuals from underrepresented groups and economically disadvantaged communities with the education, mentorship, resources, and support to successfully launch a career in franchise ownership.” By Nancy E. Williams


Shop Talk

LEGAL: Should My Corporate Stores Pay Royalties?

Absolutely! If you make $100 in profit, that $100 on the open market is worth the multiple of the earnings in the business it is generated. If you pay that $100 in royalties to the franchisor, that $100 becomes an expense to your operating unit and profit to the franchisor. By Tom Spadea


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