It is important that entrepreneurs carefully consider the many aspects of franchising before they become business owners. Of those considerations, cost often is high on the list. By Nancy E. Williams
During the 2022 International Franchise Association Convention in San Diego, VetFran hosted a seminar titled: “Winning the War for Talent.” Sponsored by USAA, this session brought together veterans, nonprofit leaders, and business owners. By Eric Johnson
Franchise Business Radio: Tune Into the Franchise Business Radio show to hear from Franchise Marketing Systems President, Chris Conner on steps to franchise your business, key reasons why franchising is a viable growth strategy and more.
No one gets excited over a complaint about their business, but smart entrepreneurs don’t get all twisted up either. It’s impossible to please everyone all of the time and, at some point or another, even the best companies are going to receive a criticism. What separates successful entrepreneurs from ones who are unsuccessful is how that comment is viewed and handled. By Alesia Visconti
As Certified Franchise Consultants we listen and observe first, then plan. We work with individuals all over this great planet to become entrepreneurs through franchise ownership. Every Individual with whom we consult has different environments, backgrounds, lifestyle preferences, and investment levels. Therefore, it’s critical to listen more, speak less and plan accordingly. By Don Clayton
We hear it all the time: “Veterans are the best candidates for becoming a franchise owner because of the leadership, team work, understanding chain of command, motivation, ability to overcome adversity, and many other skills learned in the military.” By Jon P. Skroder