Having a strong and efficient marketing plan as a franchisee will push you to make your brand a success. From first starting up your business, to be an experienced franchisee with two or three franchises under…
When you think of a franchisor, what comes to mind?
If you thought professional, enthusiastic, leader, innovative, creative, supportive, motivating – You would be right! As a franchisor you must go above and beyond to encourage your franchisees and inspire their growth and ambition in the business. Working and managing all franchisees with different territories and demands, franchisors find themselves tailoring their relationship based on how to best meet the needs and expectations of their franchise partners.
Here are our 3 pillars which we believe make a Great Franchisor!
Today is the day that our Franchise Development Manager Jessica attends the BFA (British Franchise Association) Annual Conference 2019. We are very excited to hear how she gets on, especially as we have been nominated and shortlisted to the final three to win ‘Emerging Franchisor of The Year’ Award!
Taking the correct steps before looking for a franchise is important because it will allow you to determine if franchising is right for you. Buying a franchise can be a great move for an entrepreneur who doesn’t want to create a new business from scratch. In theory, franchisees gain a model that already works on every level, from branding to pricing to marketing. This means if you do the correct research and work hard, the benefits can be very lucrative!
So, what is important to consider before looking for a franchise?
Being a successful entrepreneur in todays modern market is no small feat and the lifestyle isn’t for the light of heart.
Get it right, and the rewards are limitless.
Entrepreneurial burnout is real and is a huge killer of productivity. We’ve put together our 4 best tips on how to avoid entrepreneurial burnout.
Brexit. The word that business owners dread, politicians run from, and the general public are fed up of hearing about. It’s taken over the UK for months now, and with the original deadline being tomorrow (although now extended), what does Brexit mean for franchisees and franchisors?