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.
Fifty franchise brands were named in a newly released report from Franchise Business Review identifying the top home-based business opportunities with the highest franchisee satisfaction.
An independent survey of franchise owners by Franchise Business Review identified 35 franchise companies as stand outs for both strong financial performance and high franchisee satisfaction.
Franchise Business Review’s independent survey of veteran franchise owners reveals 8 out of 10 would recommend their franchise system to others.
FBR's first-annual Culture100 list recognizes the 100 franchise brands with the best franchise culture based on ratings for leadership, mission, community, and overall franchisee satisfaction by their franchise owners.
Franchise Business Review's independent research identifed the best food and beverage franchises to own in 2020 based on owner satisfaction and performance during the COVID=19 pandemic.
Each year Franchise Business Review recognizes the Top 200 Franchises in North America for excellence in achieving franchisee satisfaction. Any franchise brand based in the U.S. or Canada with 10 or more open and operating franchisees is eligible to enter and is invited to participate in the awards at no cost.
Each year, Franchise Business Review honors franchise owners who set exceptional examples of achieving success within the franchise model. This year’s Franchise Rock Stars were selected from over 28,000 franchisees, representing more than 300 brands that participated in Franchise Business Review’s research in the past 18 months.
To identify the best recession-proof businesses, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from over 28,000 franchise owners, representing 307 brands on their overall satisfaction, financial opportunity, training and support, and likelihood to recommend their brand to others, among other key factors. he franchise companies on this list represent numerous industry segments, as well as a wide range of investment levels – including a number of businesses you can start with an initial investment (cash required) under $25,000.
See the latest list of the best franchises for women. Franchise Business Review surveyed over 7,700 female franchise owners representing 307 franchise brands to determine their satisfaction with owning their business and determined the 50 top franchises for women based on their feedback.
The 50 Best Franchises for Starting a Second Career, Based on Independent Research from Franchise Business Review
Franchise Business Review has published its first annual list of the best franchise opportunities for second careers. Over 11,000 franchisees who transitioned to franchise ownership rated their satisfaction with owning their brand to determine the top 50 franchises for senior professionals and pre-retirees.
Franchise Business Review's annual research on the best low-cost franchises reveals the Top 100 franchise brands you can buy for under $100,000, based on research from more than 9,000 franchise owners representing over 150 brands.
Franchise Business Review analyzed research from over 25,000 franchisees at more than 250 brands to identify the Top 100 Most Innovative Franchises of 2019.
Franchise Business Review released the list of the Top Senior Care Companies for 2019 based on 18 months of data from over 1,630 senior care franchise owners regarding their overall satisfaction with their brands and their likelihood to recommend them to others.
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.
Franchise Business Review is pleased to welcome Jay Arbelo to its research team as a Research Analyst, along with additional investments in staff to accelerate research, client success, and marketing capabilities.
Franchise Business Review announced the call for entries for the 2020 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards. Any franchise brand based in North America with 10 or more franchisees is invited to participate in our research to determine the annual list of the Top Franchises.
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.”
Franchise Business Review recently conducted a first-of-its-kind study of corporate employees across the franchise sector in partnership with the International Franchise Association. The report reveals key trends around employee engagement and compensation and benefits among franchise professionals and where risks exist for franchise companies.
Franchise Business Review's [email protected] Awards recognize the franchise companies that are dedicated to creating a culture of employee engagement and satisfaction among their employees based on a survey of over 1,350 franchise professionals and 250 companies.
The Franchise Hall of Fame celebrates franchise systems that have been named a Top Franchise at least 10 separate times since the first annual Franchisee Satisfaction awards were given out in 2006. Each of the franchises on the list have shown long-term dedication to listening to and supporting their franchisees.
Franchise Business Review announces the Top Franchises for 2019 based on franchisee satisfaction research. To identify the top 200 franchise brands, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from approximately 30,500 franchisees representing 310 brands regarding their overall satisfaction with their brands and their likelihood to recommend it to others.
Franchise Business Review's research with over 26,000 military veterans revealed the top 80 franchises with the highest levels of satisfaction among veteran franchise owners.
Franchise Business Review has released the Top Food and Beverage Franchises to own based on independent research data from over 4,300 franchise owners. Other findings from the research show the average annual income for food franchisees that have been in business longer than two years is $120,000. Nearly a third of food franchisees surveyed have been in business 10 years or more.
FBR's 2018 list of the top innovative brands is the second annual ranking of franchise companies based on research data from approximately 24,635 franchisees representing over 280 brands regarding their brands’ innovation and creativity.
Franchise Business Review announces the Top 50 Franchise Leaders based on independent feedback from franchise owners within each leader's franchise system. Franchisees were asked over 30 questions regarding their brands, including questions about their franchise’s integrity, core values, culture and community – the intangible aspects that can make or break the franchise experience.
Franchise Business Review announces the 80 Top Low-Cost Franchises for 2018 based on research conducted with franchise owners from over 150 franchise brands with investment levels under $100,000.
Franchise Business Review released the 2018 Top-Rated Franchises for Women based on surveys of over 5,700 female franchise owners on their overall satisfaction in eight key areas.
The call for entries for Franchise Business Review's annual FBR50 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards is now open. The deadline to register for the 2019 awards is September 30, 2018.
Franchise Business Review announces its 13th annual FBR50 Award winners, a ranking of the top 200 franchise brands based exclusively on research of over 28,000 franchise owners' satisfaction in eight key benchmark areas.
According to Franchise Business Review’s research, one in eight franchise businesses in North America is owned by a veteran. To identify the top brands among them, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from approximately 25,000 veteran franchise owners representing over 250 brands to create a list of the Top 100 Franchises for Veterans for 2017.
Forty franchises were named in Franchise Business Review's report on the 2017 Top Food and Beverage Franchises. The companies on the list received the highest ratings from their franchisees in Franchise Business Review’s independent satisfaction survey, which covers financial opportunity, training and support, leadership, operations and product development, core values, general satisfaction, and the franchisee community.
Franchise Business Review released its first annual ranking of the Top 50 Innovative Franchises. All of the franchise brands featured were selected based on positive feedback from franchisees regarding innovation and creativity at their brand during a recent franchisee satisfaction survey.
Franchise Business Review identified 2017's top franchise leaders based on positive feedback regarding their leadership from franchisees at their brand during a recent franchisee satisfaction survey of approximately 30,000 franchisees representing 334 brands regarding their brands’ leadership and culture as well as their overall satisfaction with their brands and their likelihood to recommend them to others.
Franchise Business Review issued its call for entries for the 2018 FBR50 Awards. The FBR50 Awards recognize the top franchises each year that have achieved excellence in franchisee satisfaction. The awards are based on research conducted by Franchise Business Review, which includes surveys of over 30,000 franchisees. The entry deadline is September 30, 2017.
80 Franchises Earn a Spot on Franchise Business Review’s 2017 Top Low-Cost Franchise List Due to High Franchisee Satisfaction
Only 80 franchise brands qualified for Franchise Business Review’s 2017 Top Low-Cost Franchises list. Brands on the list had to have high franchisee satisfaction and an investment of under $100,000 at the time their franchisees participated in Franchise Business Review’s franchisee satisfaction survey.
Multi-Unit Franchising Has High Satisfaction and Is Attracting More Women According to Research by Franchise Business Review
This year’s multi-unit franchising research revealed that 90% of multi-unit operators enjoy operating their business and that the number of female multi-unit franchise owners is growing strongly. 35% of multi-unit operators are female or male/female partnerships, up roughly 30% from just a few years ago. This and more data was obtained from surveying 9,125 multi-unit franchisees representing 317 franchise brands.
Franchise Business Review's releases 2017's top franchises for women, based on feedback from 6,400 female franchisees representing 300 franchise brands. Each shared her thoughts about her franchise in a variety of areas that are crucial to her success including leadership, training, and financial opportunity as well as work/life balance.
List of 2017’s Top Franchises With the Most Satisfied Franchisees Released by Franchise Business Review
The brands that made Franchise Business Review’s 2017 Top Franchises list were selected based on survey data obtained from over 30,000 franchisees representing more than 334 low-cost brands over the past 18 months. Franchisees answered 33 questions ranking their franchise system in the areas of financial opportunity, training and support, leadership, operations and product development, core values (e.g., honesty and integrity of franchisor), general satisfaction, and the franchisee community.
Franchise Business Review's 2016 Top Food Franchises report assesses the investment opportunity the food and beverage franchise sectors offer, addresses factors that impact success, covers the latest industry trends, discusses what potential franchisees should look for in a franchise, and features advice from franchisors and franchisees.
Franchise Business Review, a national franchise market research firm that performs independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction, announced today its “2016 Best of the Best: Top 200 Franchises” list, the only ranking of franchises based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance.