OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Franchise Business Review (FBR) has named Sandler Training #1 in the Business Services category in their ranking of the Top 200 Best Franchises of 2019, which was announced earlier this month. In addition, FBR named Sandler Training (www.sandler.com) one of the Top 50 Franchises for Women.
This year FBR surveyed over 30,000 franchisees from 310 of the leading franchise brands to determine the best franchises of 2019, based 100 percent on franchisee satisfaction. Each survey participant was asked thirty-three benchmark questions about their franchisor that focused on areas such as leadership, training, and core values as well as sixteen more personal questions concerning their business lifestyle and overall enjoyment of running their franchise.
Sandler dominates the global training market through an unparalleled network of more than 250 training centers worldwide, making Sandler the largest training organization in the world, with professional trainers providing more than 450,000 hours per year of instruction in 23 languages. Sandler business experts offer insight and tips on sales, sales management, leadership, and management topics.
Ron Taylor, Vice President, Franchise Development for Sandler says, “The reason the Business Services award is so meaningful is that they’re basing these rankings on responses from the actual franchisees. That means a great deal to us. Sandler is always introducing new programs, and forging strategic alliances with organizations such as Evernote, Salesforce, Harvard Business School and the Ziglar Corporation. And it all starts at the top; our president and CEO, David Mattson, has taken us to a whole new level.”
“We are pleased that Sandler Training continues to be recognized, year after year, as a top company,” says David Mattson. “Our goal is to continue on this path for years to come.”
Sandler dominates the global training market through an unparalleled network of more than 250 offices worldwide, making Sandler the largest training organization in the world. Sandler’s professional trainers and business experts provide more than 450,000 hours per year of instruction in 23 languages offering insight and tips on sales, sales management, leadership, and personal development topics. As Sandler CEO Dave Mattson says, “At Sandler, success and changing lives is our goal, and our mission.” For more information about Sandler Training, please visit www.sandler.com.