The 8 Commandments for Achieving Business Success
Those who do their homework and are dedicated to succeed can reap the rewards of business ownership, personal freedom, security and satisfaction. Taking the right steps is critical. The Eight Commandments for achieving business success.
4 Biggest Mistakes that Franchisees Make Before Getting Started
At Shelton Law and Associates we are commonly asked about what causes franchisees to ground themselves before they even had a chance to liftoff. Below are the 4 biggest mistakes that franchisees make before getting started, however, they all revolve around time.
Where to Find the Best Hourly Employees
When good employees leave your employ to work elsewhere, more often than not, they discover “the grass isn’t greener after all.” Longstanding research work shows that 20 to 25 percent of supervisory and managerial employees.
How To Use POS Data To Improve Franchise Performance
This article is the second in a three-part series designed to show you how to use your POS data to retain customers, attract new customers and radically improve franchise performance.
Stages of Growth in Franchising
Last month we learned that franchise systems go through five predictable stages of growth, each offering challenges and opportunities for prospective franchisees.
Franchise: Flying High with a Solid “Train the Trainer” Program
Any franchise brand knows that training isn’t always a smooth flight. The lessons taught during training and ongoing support need to be passed along – via the franchisee and his or her managers – to employees of those independent businesses.
Top Franchise Choices for Success Minded Women
This is exactly why I have focused on women in franchising for the last three months; to show you what the opportunities are and to encourage you to act on my seasoned advice.
The Art of the Follow Up: 3 Reasons Why Timing Is Everything
Developing a strategy for prompt follow-up can ultimately lead to a more effective franchise sales process. Here are a few reasons why timing really matters in the closing of the process.