To identify the companies on this year’s Most Innovative Franchises list, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months’ worth of data from over 30,000 franchisees representing more than 300 brands.
In a survey of over 1,000 franchisors, FBR was ranked a 2023 To Franchise Supplier in two categories by Entrepreneur magazine for quality and value of services.
To determine this year’s list of the Best Franchises for Veterans, Franchise Business Review surveyed 2,909 veteran franchise owners across 385 leading franchise brands who rated their franchise systems based on 33 benchmark questions.
Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from 385 leading franchise brands representing over 38,000 franchise owners to identify 50 companies for the lauded Most Profitable Franchises award.
Franchise Business Review Announces Top Food Franchises to Own in 2023, According to Actual Franchise Owners
The award-winning brands on the list were identified based on survey results from over 10,500 franchise owners across today’s leading food franchise brands.
This year, Franchise Business Review considered over 250 nominations from franchisors and selected 77 franchisees that truly personify “Rock Star” status in franchising.
Research from Franchise Business Review reveals 84 percent of franchise employees say their company values diversity.
Employee Engagement in Franchise Sector Reaches Highest Levels Since 2018 as National Averages Decline
The latest findings from the 2023 Franchising@WORK study of over 6,000 franchise employees representing nearly 180 franchise organizations.
The Franchising@WORK Awards recognize the franchise companies with the best company culture based exclusively on independent ratings from employees.
This highly-anticipated list of award-winning franchises recognizes the best franchise opportunities available based on franchisee satisfaction data.
To determine this year’s list of the Best Franchises for Veterans, Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of survey data from over 3,000 veteran franchise owners representing more than 300 franchise brands.
Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months’ worth of data from over 30,000 franchisees representing more than 300 brands to identify the 100 Most Innovative Franchises of 2022.
Franchise Business Review analyzed 18 months of data from over 300 franchise brands, representing nearly 30,000 franchise owners, to identify the 50 Most Profitable Franchises of 2022.
FBR analyzed data from over 5,500 franchise employees to reveal key insights into job satisfaction, hybrid work and compensation in franchising.
The best franchises for women to buy, according to satisfaction survey data from over 8,000 female franchise owners across 267 brands.
Satisfaction survey data from nearly 11,000 franchise owners reveals the best low-cost franchises with an investment starting under $100K.
FBR identified the 100 franchises with the greatest opportunity to perform in a recession based on survey feedback from 32,000 franchise owners at 300+ brands.
What is the outlook for franchising in 2022? Read FBR's industry report based on data from over 31,000 franchise owners across 350 brands, 6,000 employees at both the corporate office and unit-level, and 200 franchise executives.
Franchise Business Review identified the 200 best franchises of 2022. An independent survey of 30,000 franchise owners also revealed that satisfaction is at all-time high, up 3% from pre-pandemic levels.
New data from Franchise Business Review shows satisfaction among franchisees is at an all-time high, increasing 3% from pre-pandemic levels, with nearly 9 in 10 rating their franchise opportunity above average.
Franchise Business Review reveals findings from an independent industry-wide survey benchmarking franchise employee engagement and compensation among corporate franchise professionals.
Franchise Business Review announces the Top 50 Most Profitable Franchise companies based on independent survey of franchise owners. The award winning brands were rated highest for both strong financial performance and high franchisee satisfaction.
FBR surveyed over 3,500 franchise owners of three or more franchise units from nearly 250 franchise brands to identify the 50 best multi-unit franchise opportunities of 2021.
Franchise Business Review recognizes 12 franchise companies for outstanding company culture and employee engagement with the 2021 Franchising@WORK Awards.
Franchise Business Review is pleased to welcome franchise marketing exec Emily George to our Client Success team as a Senior Consultant. Emily is responsible for new business development, as well as ongoing client relations and account management.
Each year, Franchise Business Review honors franchise owners who set exceptional examples of achieving success within the franchise model. This year, Franchise Business Review reviewed over 190 nominations from franchisors, and then narrowed the search by selecting 60 franchisees that achieved “Rock Star status” in franchising.
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 has announced the Top 100 Recession-Proof Franchises for 2021. Franchises on the list were identified based on survey feedback from over 28,000 franchise owners across 307 brands over the past 18 months.
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.
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.
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.