Black Enterprise featured the top franchises for Black entrepreneurs based on franchisee satisfaction survey data from FBR.
Entrepreneur feature: In a survey by FBR, over half of franchise industry leaders admitted to never getting formal feedback from their teams. That's a giant missed opportunity for retaining talent.
Black Enterprise magazine featured the seven most diverse franchise brands from FBR's list of the Top Recession-Proof Franchises.
Kathy Gosser, Director of YUM! Center for Global Franchise Excellence, Management & Entrepreneurship, talks to FBR's Michelle Rowan in an episode of FranchiseU! about why feedback from franchisees is a gift and the power of transparency in validation.
These five key attributes will set your franchise brand above the rest and really give you something to boast about, says Scott Greenberg, author of The Wealthy Franchisee, in this article for Global Franchise Magazine.
Entrepreneur magazine calls out the four most prestigious franchise rankings—including Franchise Business Review's annual list of the Top 200 Franchises.
While employee recruitment and retention challenges are not new issues, the pandemic and its impact on the entire food industry have pushed them to the top of the list. QSR highlights how restaurant franchises are focusing on culture and soliciting employee feedback to differentiate themselves.
AARP talks with experts from Franchise Business Review and FranNet about what would-be entrepreneurs need to know to successfully jump into franchising to reach their retirement goals.
AARP highlights diverse businesses that rate highly among older entrepreneurs for owner satisfaction and franchisor support based on Franchise Business Review's research.
The pandemic has been a game-changer for restaurants, forcing everyone, including quick-service operators, to rethink everything they do. Research highlighted in this QSR Magazine article showed that brands that kept their franchisees engaged, informed, and satisfied had the best chance to succeed.
Home care franchise companies may be in the midst of a major growth period brought on by the COVID-19 emergency. In the past, interest in joining a home care franchise system largely stemmed from the financial opportunity it presented for entrepreneurs. The average profit for senior care franchises is $135,625 annually, according to Franchise Business Review.
Jeff Bevis takes a deep dive into the latest Franchise Business Review Top 200 Franchise Owner Satisfaction Report and breaks down what aspiring franchise owners need to know about franchise ratings and franchisee satisfaction.
With the upheaval of the pandemic in the workplace, it's become more important than ever to measure employee engagement and organizational culture. But if you're going to do it, it's important to do it right. Business News Daily talked with Eric Stites for tips on how to make the most of employee engagement surveys.
CNBC's latest story on military veterans highlights FBR data, which shows an 85% satisfaction rate among veterans who own a franchise (of the 29K franchise owners who were surveyed) — and, an average annual income of $94,244 (after two years).
Over the past decade, the number of women venturing into franchise ownership has grown significantly, yet the earnings gap between men and women remains. Eric Stites writes for Forbes to explore what can be done to encourage and support female franchise business ownership.
THe number of women in the franchise industry is soaring. As of May, women own or co-own 35% of the franchise outlets in the U.S.—around 265,000—according to Franchise Business Review's research.
Veterans News Report covers the growing number of veterans turning to franchising and shares Franchise Business Review's list of the Top Franchises for Veterans.
CNBC partnered with Franchise Business Review to highlight award-winning brands in this feature on lucrative low-cost franchises.
2019 Franchise Development Website Award judges and franchise experts Michelle Rowan, Thomas Scott and Stan Friedman share the best ways to optimize your digital audience, personality and budget.
In today’s ‘employees market’, the talent drain is a very real risk to franchises. Many franchisors and franchisees are struggling with recruiting and retention, trying to balance the need for competitive compensation and benefits, with rising costs in many other areas of the business.
Franchise Update Media's team of esteemed judges, including Franchise Business Review President & COO Michelle Rowan, announced the winners of the inaugural Franchise Innovation Awards, recognizing the best innovations in franchising in 2018.
This slideshow gallery from Club Industry highlights the nine award-winning fitness franchises that ranked highest in franchisee satisfaction and appeared on Franchise Business Review's annual list of the Top Franchises for 2019.
In the March edition of Franchising World Magazine, Franchise Business Review CEO Eric Stites analyzes the key findings of the Franchising@WORK study and the risks that franchisors may be facing when it comes to attracting and retaining top employees.
Think it may be time to expand your franchise? Thinking of adding locations, but not sure if it's attainable? Boss Magazine's latest article describes the safest and most effective ways to grow your franchise. Franchise Business Review CEO Eric Stites and others weigh in on the most appropriate time for expansion, as well as other useful tips for growing franchises.
The best metric to gauge a franchise's success is the satisfaction of its franchisees. Success stories from franchisees show just how special the journey can be and shows some of the more personable side of franchising. Each franchising journey is different, but each can be a success if done correctly!
Starting a franchise can be a daunting and difficult task and many who set out on the journey run into the same, or at least similar, hurdles. This easy 11 step process helps new franchisees avoid these common problems to make their endeavors as successful as possible.
Mark Zuckerberg was given an early ultimatum growing up - either go to Harvard, or franchise a McDonald's restaurant. This article describes the decision he eventually made and shows the ins and outs of beginning a franchising opportunity and how his life would have differed had he chosen the Golden Arches instead of the Crimson.