One of the most important tasks in running a successful business is the selection of employees. Here are a few tips on how to execute this assignment to perfection, as explained by the head office team of Auntie Anne’s UK.
A successful franchisor-franchisee relationship is built on trust that comes from honest, two-way communication. It’s like a business version of a marriage – an interdependent relationship that requires mutual respect and effort from both parties.
Not all franchise sales go to plan. They take time, but if you begin to feel left out on in the cold, with a general lack of communication or activity, it’s time to get your sale back on track. In this situation, timing is critical.
Buying an existing franchise business can give you the same independence as starting a business, but it will also come with significant benefits.
Richard Pakey of Lime Licensing explains why becoming a franchisor could boost your business financially.
Business guru Richard Pakey leads you through the quagmire of searching for the perfect franchise to suit your needs, talents, knowledge and financial constraints.
Richard Pakey of Lime Licensing discusses the resilience of food franchising during the pandemic – and beyond.
Selling your franchise can be key to new adventures, advises Dorian Gonsalves
For those with ambitions to run a big business leveraging the franchise model, ultimately, the ability to scale successfully from one to multiple outlets is required.
The on-going pandemic has created a UK workforce uncertain about its future, with many former employees now opting for a career in franchising.