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Why Movie Franchises are Everything Now

  Joseph Berger  |    Apr 2, 2019 12:02:48 PM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Why Do They Produce Franchise Movies?

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You've Got Maids expands in California, North Carolina, and Wisconsin

  Joseph Berger  |    Mar 21, 2019 3:20:56 PM  |    Franchise Opportunities,  |    e-2

 

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What is Maid University?

  Joseph Berger  |    Feb 28, 2019 12:05:00 PM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Maid University is the proprietary training program of You've Got Maids. You've Got Maids founded Maid University in its early years as the training program became more and more formulated. This tried and true process delivers the education house cleaners need to deliver premium-level house cleaning. There's a reason why our reviews are generally higher than our competition.

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Benjamin Franklin, the Franchisor

  Joseph Berger  |    Feb 21, 2019 11:08:00 AM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Early Franchising in America

Franchising has roots in the middle ages and has been a part of the American economy since colonial times. In 2007, Franchising World published an article questioning whether Founding Father Benjamin Franklin was a "Father of Franchising". While there is evidence of franchising before Franklin, he may have been one of the first Americans to conduct a franchising business. Also a discoverer of the powers of electricity and ocean currents, Franklin was truly ahead of his times.

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Texas Franchising Opportunities

  Joseph Berger  |    Feb 9, 2019 9:58:00 AM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Texas Great for Entrepreneurs

The Great State of Texas is ripe for entrepreneurs. Report after report recognizes the tremendous opportunity of doing business in Texas. 1851, a leading franchise-focused blog, cited back in 2012 that Texas would be amongst the best states for franchising in the years to come stating that "Texas has remained ahead of the curve with increases in population, job expansion and small business growth." The Times Record News reported this week that Texas ranks as the best state for female entrepreneurs to open small businesses. Bill Hethcock of the Dallas Business Journal wrote an article earlier this month stating that ,"small and midsize businesses in Texas are more optimistic about the global and local economy than their national counterparts in 2019". 

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4,000 Franchised Brands & Counting

  Joseph Berger  |    Jan 30, 2019 9:05:35 AM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Joe Matthews, founder of Franchise Performance Group and former Subway developer, has gone on the record many times lamenting the rapidly expanding number of brands entering the franchise industry. In an October 2018 article he stated that hundreds of brands are entering the game every year despite a fairly flat entrance rate of new franchisees. It's getting harder and harder to stand out in the growing crowd. Matthews reflects on several changes that he's seen accompanying this proliferation of brands such as the professionalization of franchises and the influx of Private Equity.

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Franchising Definition

  Joseph Berger  |    Jan 21, 2019 5:06:54 PM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Google defines franchising as a verb meaning to "grant a franchise to (an individual or group). The term dates back to the late 18th century, but came in to popular usage from the 1950s forward. 

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Women in Franchising | A Growing Success Story

  Joseph Berger  |    Jan 17, 2019 5:18:08 PM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Thanks to the work of the National Association of Women Business Owners, we know that American women now operate 39% of privately business and those businesses provide nearly nine million jobs close to two trillion dollars in sales. It's expected that Women ownership will continue to expand. A June 2018 report by Small Business Trends shows that rates of women and minority franchise business owners have climbed in the past few years. Between 2007 and 2012 minority ownership of franchise businesses went from 20% to 30%, which has grown much faster than non-franchise business. Ownership of franchise business also went from 20% to 30% in that same five year period.  A June 2018 article by Forbes corroborated this information and went further, showing that back in 1995, the proportion of women-owned franchise was less than ten percent.

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Franchise Opportunities in Fort Worth

  Joseph Berger  |    Nov 23, 2018 11:47:00 AM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Fort Worth: An Overview

According to DataUSA, there are 855,897 people living in Fort Worth, TX. The median age is somewhat young at 32, the median property value is $151,000, and the most common professions are in business management, sales, and healthcare administration. Several major companies are headquartered in Fort Worth including American Airline, BNSF Railway, and RadioShack. Fort Worth has a higher than an average rate of residents whose first language isn't English. The top non-English languages include Spanish, Vietnamese, and Laotian.

 

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Atlanta Franchise Opportunity

  Joseph Berger  |    Nov 16, 2018 12:55:00 PM  |    Franchise Opportunities

Atlanta Economy

According to DataUSA's 2016 records, Atlanta's metropolitan area has nearly six million residents with a positive growth rate. The median household income was $62,613 and rising. The average property value was just shy of two hundred thousand and also rising. Over sixty percent of households are lived in by their owner and the average Atlanta resident has a thirty minute commute. Atlanta holds the headquarters of notable nationwide companies such as Coca-Cola, Home Depot, Delta Airlines, and Chick-Fil-A. Atlanta is a diverse metropolitan area. There is nearly half a million Spanish-first residents, as well as sizable populations of African-language speakers, Chinese speakers, and Korean speakers. 

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