It happens after every major offensive: Men and women return from military service and find themselves without jobs. After years dedicating themselves to protecting their country, veterans often have a difficult time returning to the workforce. And even though the economy has slowly begun to improve, the past several years have been particularly difficult.
The option, then, for many veterans is to go to work for themselves. The training and experience developed by members of the military provide them with the tools that that translate well into franchise operators.
Those same qualities that make good soldiers also make for good franchise operators: logistics, adaptability, leadership, discipline, standard operating procedure and execution of a clearly defined mission. A Bin There Dump That franchise might be a perfect fit for many veterans.
We encourage veterans to consider a Bin There Dump That franchise and proudly offer a royalty-free incentive to make it easier for veterans to get started. Here are a few reasons franchises are perfect for military veterans.
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Franchises are often an attractive option for many would-be business owners. They offer a number of advantages over creating something from scratch: brand recognition, loyal customers, proven strategies and experienced leadership, just to name a few. But just because a franchise has proven successful doesn’t mean the franchisee will be.
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Approximately 40% of the retail business in the U.S., covering a huge array of services and products, is conducted through franchised businesses. Franchising is the #1 business format utilized in America…and has been for many years. This format has withstood the test of time and currently used by literally hundreds of thousands of individuals to build their livelihoods.
This post will help you assess if franchising in general—and a particular company—is an avenue for you to consider using to build your livelihood.
Here are 7 common mistakes interested parties make when investigating a franchise.
If you are about to become a new franchisee, you may have some anxiety when it comes time to sign the franchise agreement. You will probably wonder what part of the franchise agreement is negotiable and how you can be certain you’re getting a fair deal. Continue reading “The Franchise Agreement: Your New Best Friend”