100 Franchise Companies Receive Best Culture Award by Franchise Business Review

By |2021-07-22T15:58:53+00:00July 22nd, 2021|Press Releases|

FBR announced its annual list of “Culture100” award-winners recognizing the 100 franchise brands with the best franchise cultures based on data from nearly 25,000 franchise owners, representing 224 franchise brands. The brands that were selected received the highest overall ratings based on 12 questions specifically focused on Leadership, Core Values, Do They Enjoy Being Part of the Organization, Do They Feel Valued, and Would they Recommend Their Franchise to Others.

Franchise Business Review Names Nicole Dudley Director of Client Relations

By |2021-08-11T13:49:04+00:00January 13th, 2021|Press Releases|

Nicole Dudley, former Client Operations Manager, has been promoted to Director of Client Relations. In her newly expanded role, Nicole will continue to work to ensure clients’ research needs are met, as well as be responsible for helping to grow and oversee our customer service team and efforts, and support our clients and products as we grow.

The Top 80 Franchises for Veterans Announced by Franchise Business Review

By |2020-10-29T13:19:24+00:00October 9th, 2019|Press Releases|

Franchise Business Review just announced the 2019 Top Franchises for Veterans. To identify the companies on the list, FBR analyzed 18 months of data from over 25,000 franchise owners, of which just over 10% were veterans, representing over 250 brands. Key findings revealed that eight out of 10 veteran franchise owners would recommend their franchise company to another franchise candidate.

Record High Satisfaction for Franchise Business Owners

By |2023-03-16T18:38:20+00:00April 17th, 2019|Press Releases|

New research from Franchise Business Review indicates franchise business owners are satisfied and confident about growth. When it comes to the future outlook for their business, two-thirds (67%) rated their long-term growth opportunity as “very strong” or “strong,” while another 25 percent (25%) rated their long-term growth outlook as “moderate.” Just eight percent (8%) rated their long-term growth opportunity as “weak” or “very weak.”