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Franchisee training must be thorough. Here’s why

More people seem to be searching for ways to retain some of the perks of working from home in the last 18 months. Perhaps chief among such benefits has been having more control over when and how you get your work done. Could franchising be the answer to your quest for greater flexibility and work-life balance?

A critical element of your research is to assess how well you’ll be taught to run your franchise.

If you’re looking into franchising for the first time, it’s possible to get lulled into a false sense of security about what might lie ahead, including less risk, much greater chance of success, someone to hold your hand if you ever run into difficulty and consistent profits delivered by an already proven business model.

Read the rest of the latest article from Suzie McCafferty in What Franchise


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