November 2021 Issue

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November 2021 Articles


N-Compass TV: Experiencing Growth and Recognition

N-Compass TV is an indoor digital-billboard business opportunity that takes the concept of outdoor billboards and brings them inside area businesses, utilizing proprietary software and offering other valuable services, including website management, social media management and Google business-page management. By Nancy E. Williams


1Heart Caregiver Services: Commitment to Client Satisfaction and Franchisee Growth

With a large number of the graying U.S. population wanting to receive in-home care instead of going to a medical facility, because of factors like convenience, affordability, quality, and safety, 1Heart Caregiver Services continues to see consistent growth in the home healthcare industry.  By Brianna Bohn


Fundraising University: When Raising the Bar Pays Off

Fundraising University aspires to make a difference for every student-athlete, coach and community. The brand’s goal is to help change lives, transform futures and make dreams come true. So how do you spread the word at lightning speed? By Heidi Lubrani


Propelled Brands: Supporting Veterans and First Responders, Diversity, and Inclusion

Recognizing the hard work and sacrifices made by U.S. military veterans and first responders, Propelled Brands – the corporate umbrella of business-to-business and service-oriented franchises – is offering special incentives for those who have protected our country. By Jessica


PuroClean: Supporting Military Veterans and Offering a Myriad of Business Incentives

As a veteran U.S. Army captain and member of the International Franchise Association’s VetFran Committee, PuroClean President and COO Steve White has for years been proactively seeking ways to support those who have honorably served our country. By Jessica


FranServe Donates More Than $75,000 to Charitable Organizations

FranServe, Inc., the largest franchise consulting and expansion organization in the world, was founded with one goal: to help others. And while the organization is changing people’s lives daily by helping aspiring entrepreneurs achieve their dreams of business ownership through franchising, FranServe is also changing people’s lives with a wealth of philanthropic endeavors. By Jessica


Mosquito Sheriff: All-Green, All-Natural

Patrice Rice, the founder of Mosquito Sheriff, saw a need in the community for a completely green, completely natural method of mosquito and pest control. She drew from her extensive history in franchising to create a business that has the success of the franchisee and the quality of the service at heart. By Elice Morgenson



Global Financial Training Program: Endless Possibilities With Financial Lending

Entrepreneurs often enter into a business venture after meeting with a qualified consultant to help direct them to a business that fits their needs. Andy Halliburton, chief relationship officer at Canlas Capital, a national network of financial lenders, found his career path after years of helping others find theirs. By Elice Morgenson


Island Fin Poké: Franchise Conference and Awards

Island Fin Poké’s (IFP) first conference recently took place at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal in Orlando, Florida. Mark Setterington, IFP founder and CEO, welcomed his franchisee families, support team and speakers at the two-and-a-half-day event, which is slated to become an annual tradition. By Cindy Charette


Fitness Machine Technicians: Continuing to Expand and Offer Great Opportunities

Fitness Machine Technicians (FMT), a franchise that specializes in the repair and maintenance of residential and commercial fitness equipment, offers a service-conscious opportunity to franchisees. By Jorgette Krsulic


Huntington Learning Center: Created to Scale Learning Hurdles

I often take a beat in Q4 as the year is wrapping up to spend some time being mindful and reflecting on the success and challenges our organization has encountered throughout the year. What were we aiming for, and how did we meet or miss our goals? Why are we choosing our current path to success? By Anne Huntington Sharma


Tint World: Building an International Brand

When Charles Bonfiglio was just 12 years old, he learned how to run a business. Visiting his father’s clothing factory every day after school, the Brooklyn native swept floors, tidied up the sewing machines, and learned how to cut and print clothing patterns for famous designers, such as Norma Kamali, Geoffrey Beene and Calvin Klein. By Jessica


Paul Davis Restoration: Marine Corps Values Lead to Success

After separating from the U.S. Marine Corps in 1993, Scott Colbert worked in a variety of industries – manufacturing, construction and corporate management included – until he discovered Paul Davis Restoration through a program offered by the International Franchise Association, which provides discounted franchise fees to veterans. By Jessica


Assisting Hands Home Care: Unprecedented Recognition

Assisting Hands® Home Care is a leading in-home care franchise that emphasizes exceptional customer service and personalized care throughout the U.S. They provide their franchisees with a proven and scalable business model, and a leadership team that is second to none in the industry. By Nancy E. Williams


MADabolic: Boosting Heart Rates and Impacting Wellness

MADabolic is the boutique fitness industry’s first and only strength-driven interval training franchise. Relying on three core principles (momentum, anaerobic exercise, and duration), the signature workout scorches fat and increases lean muscle. By Lizzy Yeserski


Introducing… In Your Corner: Knockout Sports Bar

This boxing-themed restaurant believes that life is a ring and every guest a boxer who needs a break between the rounds of their daily fight. Are you ready for a not-so-typical sports-bar experience, offering knockout service delivered by knockout girls presenting a knockout bill of fare? By Jorgette Krsulic


Shop Talk

Tenet Financial Group: Preserve Your Cash and Get the Equity Injection You Need

Now more than ever, lenders want borrowers to have “skin in the game,” and sometimes that is the biggest difficulty. For entrepreneurs who want to preserve their available cash (or might not have enough cash) but have pre-tax retirement funds, a Rollover could be the answer! By Diane Rosenkrantz


Social Geek Radio: The Culture of Franchising

For the past six months, I’ve featured a regular series of podcast episodes on Social Geek Radio about The Culture of Franchising. At in-person events organized by Franchise Update Media, MFV Expositions, and National Event Management, I have asked many franchisors, franchisees, and industry suppliers about the culture inside their organizations as well as the overall culture of franchising. By Jack Monson


My Military Financial Services & First Financial: Happy Veterans Day

Veterans Day, originally observed as Armistice Day to commemorate the armistice between the U.S., our allies, and Germany, became an official holiday in 1938.This day is reserved for Americans to give appreciation and thanks to all who served in the U.S. Armed Forces. By Jon Skroder


Franchise Business Radio: Two Sides of the Business Equation

As a franchise consultant, I frequently share with clients who are considering a franchise that there are two sides of the business equation to understand. One side is a complete understanding of the business model and what makes it franchise-able. By Pamela Currie


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