According to the meteorological seasons, summer is now officially half over. As we roll on, it’s time to discuss another of FranNet’s Bill of Rights. Of the 10 total, we’re now on # 4. The fourth FranNet Bill of Rights has everything to do with you, personally. Especially your preferences. During our initial consultations, we want to hear about the type of businesses that make you tick. What your interests are. Where you think you might make a good owner. In fact, let’s just get to the fourth Bill of Right’s definition:
FRANNET CONSULTANTS LISTEN TO YOU AND WILL TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION YOUR EXPRESSED PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL CONCERNS AND/OR INTERESTS WHEN DISCUSSING POTENTIAL FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
At the heart of this declaration is the promise that we aren’t here to pigeonhole you into a franchise opportunity that is beneficial to us, but rather one that is beneficial to you. While it’s true that FranNet only works with top of the line franchise concept opportunities, we’re certain that once we review your assessment, we’ll find the match that makes the most sense.
Many of our candidates come to us with a preconceived notion of exactly the type of franchise business they want to run. We get former restaurant owners who desire a QSR. We get accountants and CPAs who are certain that a tax-preparation franchise would be the best fit. And sometimes, we get licensed contractors who think a handyman franchise is their ticket to happiness. In some cases, they’re right. But for many others, there’s an even better match out there waiting.
How can that be?
At FranNet, the personal assessments and interviews that we conduct on your behalf go much deeper than your previous career expertise. We delve into managing your financial expectations, how much free time you’re looking to gain, what type of lifestyle you want from here on out and—ultimately, where your skills and talents give you the best chance for success as the owner of your own business.
More often than not, the franchise concept choices we return to our candidates after their assessment can sometimes surprise them. It’s at this stage where we explain and define exactly how and why we came to the conclusion that a particular franchise concept actually did match up well with your preferences. And it’s at that moment when the real enlightenment begins.
Rod Serling, creator of The Twilight Zone, used to begin some of the episodes with the phrase, “…picture if you will…” then go on to describe the narrative you were about to see in the characters and plotline. What we do is very similar. We want to paint a picture for you that utilizes your preferences, skill set and experience to show you exactly how you might succeed with a certain franchise concept. But remember, the decision belongs solely to you. We’re here to advise, narrate and navigate. And you’ll never feel pressured to make a certain decision.
The franchise investigative process is an interesting journey. A quick browse of our previous client testimonials can help you get a sense of what you might experience if you decide to let FranNet be your entrepreneurial co-pilot. We’re ready to hear your concerns, your considerations and your interests.
Let’s chat! There’s a local FranNet consultant right in your market who knows that market inside and out – knows the personality of the market – knows the competitive landscape. FranNet has a great track record of assisting individuals on their path to entrepreneurship, and one of our franchise experts would love to provide you with guidance free of charge. Sound like something you might be interested in? Get started here and find your local consultant right now!