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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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
This infographic captures highlights of Franchise Business Review’s franchisee satisfaction research on female franchise owners. The data is based on surveys from approximately 6,400 women franchise owners representing 300 brands. The surveys asked for feedback on eight key areas of engagement, including financial opportunity, training and support, leadership, operations and product development, core values, general satisfaction, and the franchisee community.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more