Nearly 5,000 B2B franchisees were surveyed by Franchise Business Review to shed light on what it’s like to own a B2B franchise. Read what their responses revealed.
Get a feel for what female franchisees think of franchising and what their lives are like by reviewing the data highlights from Franchise Business Review’s survey of 6,400 female franchisees.
Only 200 franchise brands were ranked high enough by the franchisees who own them to make Franchise Business Review’s 2017 Top Franchises list. Read on to find out which ones did and how their franchisees feel about franchising.
For less than $100,000 and as little as $2,095, you can be your own boss! See the list of 80 franchises that made our 2016 top-low cost franchises list based on the satisfaction scores they were given by their franchisees.
Researchers at Franchise Business Review shed light on how franchisees in the senior and child services franchise sectors feel about the investment opportunity and more.
Franchise Business Review (FBR) partnered with CNBC to crown 50 franchise owners–one for each state–America’s Star Franchisees of 2016.
After selling his scientific instrument company, Ocean Optics, in 2004, Leeward Bean was enjoying his well earned retirement when two of his former employees lured him out of it to help them launch a new business idea. Read how the experience eventually led to the creation of the Big Frog Custom T-Shirt franchise.
Image One Facility Solutions’ franchisees greatly respect their brand according to a recent survey conducted by Franchise Business Review. The commercial cleaning brand’s franchisees gave it a 4.7 out of a possible 5 rating when asked, “I respect my franchisor”.
Overall Kona Ice, a tropical shaved ice franchise, has outperformed the food franchise sector by 26 percent according to Franchise Business Review’s most recent survey of franchise owners in the food and restaurant sector, particularly regarding its financial opportunity, which was rated 28 percent higher by its franchisees.
A recent survey by Franchise Business Review found that Pinch A Penny’s franchisees are exceptionally satisfied with its ongoing training and support systems, which is unusual in the franchising sector. 80% of Pinch A Penny’s franchisees rated the brand’s ongoing training and support systems as “very good” or “excellent,” compared to just 58% for benchmark.