Franchise Business Review compiled survey feedback collected over 18 months from 8.,800 female franchisees representing 266 franchise brands. 88% of female franchisees say they enjoy operating their business. Learn what the data shows about flexibility, financial expectations, income, and more.
This whitepaper by Roger McCoy, Franchise Business Consultant at Direct Energy, explores what determines an organization's culture, why franchises are even more dependent on culture than other business models, the foundations required for building a positive culture, and the role of franchise leadership in creating a positive culture that in order to drive productivity and profitability.
Franchise Business Review compiled survey feedback collected over 18 months from 5,723 female franchisees representing 240 franchise brands. Overall, female franchisees overall say their work/life is balanced or very balanced.
Looking at franchisee satisfaction data spanning a recent 18-month period, franchisees of Emerging brands showed a more positive sentiment in several key areas compared to all franchise owners Franchise Business Review surveyed.
Franchise Business Review's data shows that brands with high franchisee satisfaction drastically outperform brands with low satisfaction on every key performance metric. This graphic illustrates the gap between brands in the top quartile of satisfaction and brands in the bottom quartile in annual unit growth, royalty revenue, franchisee turnover, and franchisee income.
Franchise Business Review asked the franchise industry to nominate the women leading the way in franchising through exceptional leadership, knowledge, and creativity. This special report highlights some of the nominations we received, along with franchisee satisfaction data around women franchisees, resources, and advice from franchisors on building a more profitable system.
This infographic captures data from Franchise Business Review’s franchisee satisfaction research on the top 50 multi-unit franchises for 2017. The research is based on surveys of 9,125 multi-unit franchisees representing 317 franchise brands.
In this special report, franchisors share their development challenges and how they’ve addressed them to improve performance. In addition, it features practical advice and tools to help you attract better candidates and close more deals with the right franchisees.
FBR Insights, Issue No. 1, Spring 2016 We asked franchisors across North America to share the innovative ways they’re moving the needle on franchise performance. Our goal was simple: to gather the collective brainpower across top franchise brands and share as many smart ideas as possible on ways to improve business performance. The results are compiled here in the 2016 Smart Ideas project, the first in our series of reports for exclusively for franchise professionals.