FranNet presents the top six things that will kill your franchise. It’s a helpful primer of what not to do once you’ve signed your franchise agreement, had the grand opening and begun on your entrepreneurial path.
Location, Location, Location!
At the end of the day, FranNet wants our new franchisees to succeed well after signing a contract to represent a franchise brand. Blowing the whole opportunity with a bad location selection would be nothing less than a tragedy. Don’t let it happen to you.
Tweeting Your Franchise to Prominence
The phenomenon of social media continues to creep into our daily lives. Whether you’re looking at a business advertisement, a television show or your favorite website, the social media widget is omniscient.
When Marketing Your Franchise, Think Outside Your Walls!
Whether or not you consider yourself an Internet marketing master, FranNet is going to tackle a subject which will give you the tools to increase your customer reach. It’s called the Webinar, and if you aren’t familiar with the term, then get ready for a crash course.
Recent Trends in Franchising
We’re going to take a look at three of the hottest trending topics in the industry: Semi-absentee retail concepts, Low cost franchises and the Dads and Grads (or Moms and Proms) trend.
How to Ensure a Good Fit for You in a Franchise
While inquiring about how to ensure a good fit for each candidate might seem like an obvious FranNet consideration, there is a clear cut reason why some franchisees fail to achieve real success in the world of entrepreneurship.
Franchising Boosts Non-Profit Cash Crunch
Non-profits are looking to diversify their holdings, income levels and opportunities to offer assistance to those they already serve for the same reason—franchises can be a profitable and worthwhile addition to any business investment portfolio.
Using an EB-5 or E-2 Visa to Establish a Business in the U.S.
In this week’s blog edition, FranNet tackles a subject that has been in the news quite a bit lately. The focus? How can you invest or own a franchise if you are not a U.S. citizen?
What Does Seattle’s Minimum Wage Mean to Franchising?
FranNet stands in support of all small business owners, and does not want to see franchisees unfairly singled out as “major corporations” – which they are not. We hope you’ll stand in support as well.
Consider a Resale Franchise
You’re considering going into business for yourself. Perhaps you’re looking into a franchise, but you’re not sure you’re ready to start a brand new franchise outlet.