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FAMILY BUSINESS

For new parents Shani and Francis Obedoza, owning an 18|8 salon franchise offers the flexibility to focus on their family while pursuing a business.

“The Obedozas are part of a trend among younger franchisees, says Page Nicol, a consultant from FranNet who worked with the couple.  The millennial generation, especially, is looking for way to remain in the workforce on their own terms, and they’re turning to franchising as a way to do so.”

Click here to hear their story

FRANCHISE ROYALTY PAYMENTS: BETTING ON YOUR BUSINESS IN THE LONG RUN

In this week’s edition of FranNet’s weekly blog, we tackle the subject of royalty payments for franchisees. Royalty payments are a typical obligation in which franchisees pay the franchisor a set percentage or flat rate fee each month generally. This income allows the franchisor to collect payments from all franchisees and strengthens the overall business model.

First, a great definition is never unwelcome.Royalty Payments are “scheduled payments or contributions made to the entire organization, used to maintain the system and ensure that all avenues flow smoothly between the franchisor and franchisee.”

In essence, when you make your scheduled regular royalty payment to your franchisor, you are—in fact—guaranteeing a brighter future for the brand as a whole, and your business individually.  And isn’t that one of the main reasons you would choose a franchise opportunity in the first place?  Think about it another way — the franchisor is making a bet on you that you’re going to succeed long-term.  When you first open your doors, the franchisor will be delivering a tremendous amount of support to help you launch your new business successfully.

And more than likely, you’re not going to be making very much revenue right off the bat; thus, your royalty payments will be extremely low.

However, as your business grows, your revenue grows, your royalty payment grows, and the franchisor is able to help you establish a solid business for the long haul.  It’s a win/win scenario for the franchisee and the franchisor.

Next, let’s examine some of the specific value that all collected franchise royalty payments put to use for everyone’s benefit:

  • Technological Advances: Many franchisors utilize combined royalty payments to lead directives from the top—with a specific interest in technology. If you depend on your franchise opportunity to stay on the cutting edge for your benefit, it takes a budget. For example, will your franchise opportunity soon have a mobile application for smart phones? Could that drive further sales for your concept?
  • Leverage The Buying Power: When associated with a franchise, the franchisor brings its franchisees a tremendous amount of buying power to source items necessary to operate your business. Whether it’s computer systems, signage or supplies, the royalties you pay allow the franchisor to negotiate the costs for those items much more cost effectively than you could alone locally.
  • Expansion: You want your franchise brand to succeed and regular royalty payments allow headquarters to focus their energy on growing the brand and business model. By moving into new territories and markets, the franchisor can draw in even more franchisees—all of whom will pay royalties too. A successful franchise often has new outlets opening on a very regular basis. And the royalty payment pot continues to grow—making all of your individual businesses grow as well.

Hopefully by now, you’re seeing a very common theme in the aforementioned examples. When you pay royalty fees to your franchisor, you are actually investing in your own personal business in the long run. In a perfect situation, you will have chosen your franchise concept because you are comfortable with the leadership and direction of the brand. Your regularly scheduled royalty payments, when totaled up collectively, make it possible for the head office to make progress on the greater good—all on behalf of the individual franchisees whose sales make the day-to-day operation a success.

Do you feel that you’re ready to get started? If this article has inspired you to investigate a franchise opportunity, perhaps it’s time for a free consultation with a qualified and experienced franchise consultant. As it turns out, FranNet is just the place! As a franchise consultant company with a 27-year track record of assisting individuals on their path to business ownership, make arrangements to speak with me today.

Warm regards,

Page

949-623-8327

Business and Franchise Ownership: Everything You Need to Know Before You Buy

GET INFORMED BEFORE YOU BUY!!

If You Are Researching or Deciding on a Franchise, this FREE 
“Must-Attend” Will Show You:

• How to Jumpstart Your Business
• Personalized Assessments for finding the right business for YOU
• Best Practices to Ensure Your Success
• What to AVOID when buying a franchise
• How to build long-term equity
• Myths and misconceptions – Get informed
• Common mistakes – Get prepared
• Financing options
• Recession-resistant businesses
• How to maximize success, minimize risk

Register Now!

IS STARTING A BUSINESS SAFER THAN A JOB?

Have you ever considered, “Starting a Business May Be Safer than Having a Job”?  Today, that’s our job.  While that statement may sound counterintuitive to some, it’s become a reality for millions with regard to the state of the economy over the past few years. Losing one’s job is a nightmarish scenario whether it’s called being “laid off” or “downsized.” As is usually the case, corporate profit margins are trimmed to the extreme these days—all in the effort to keep the shareholders of public companies satisfied. Even private companies aren’t immune. Client-driven businesses depend upon the client’s ability to meet its financial obligations as well.

For some people in this economy, downsizing and rehiring has become a boom and bust routine. And over time, it can wear an individual down with anxiety. That’s usually when some become fed up enough to consider starting a business of their own.  While others may see the writing on the wall and decide to control their destiny rather than it control them.

Millions have turned to franchising amid record numbers of people taking the proverbial “plunge” in taking charge of their own destiny. Overcoming the feeling of initial apprehension is a key to becoming your own boss. At FranNet, we continuously deal with individuals who have reached this conclusion. We’re well skilled at providing a level of comfort in exploring whether or not your attributes will match up well with your own opportunity and initiatives.

In the meantime, look at some citable facts from Lendio, a leading business loan  company, to support the notion that owning a business may be safer than Corporate America. Although the article is three years old, its information and the lessons it contains are still extremely relevant.

With excellent information and a really handy infographic model, Lendio lays out the following facts about the risks and rewards of being employed—versus the self employed option:

- While working for Corporate America, you can expect one revenue stream with no real job stability. Working for yourself encompasses several revenue streams which you can build yourself while keep track of your own productivity.

- Over 2,500 people go into business for themselves every day, accounting for over 75 percent of all U.S. businesses.

- You may experience slower initial growth in owning your own business. But once you get past the critical stage, franchised businesses have a shorter time frame to reach profitability than non-franchised startups.

The full article and remaining points are worth a read, as this groundbreaking article has been shared numerous times on small business and franchising websites across the Internet. Take into account the amount of risk you’re actually taking. You may decide that the proverbial line in the sand needing to be crossed in order to take control of your destiny may not be such a drastic move after all.

And last consider this: the longer you’re in a corporate position, the more likely you are to be downsized, transferred or laid off. But the longer you own a business, the safer and more secure it becomes as you build that business. And has been proven time and again, time doesn’t wait for you to make a decision.

Do you feel that you’re ready to get started? If this article has inspired you to investigate a franchise opportunity, perhaps it’s time for a free consultation with a qualified and experienced franchise consultant. As it turns out, FranNet is just the place! As a franchise consultant company with a great track record of assisting individuals on their path to business ownership, make arrangements to speak with me today.

949-623-8327

FAMILY BUSINESS

For new parents Shani and Francis Obedoza, owning an 18|8 salon franchise offers the flexibility to focus on their family while pursuing a business.

“The Obedozas are part of a trend among younger franchisees, says Page Nicol, a consultant from FranNet who worked with the couple.  The millennial generation, especially, is looking for way to remain in the workforce on their own terms, and they’re turning to franchising as a way to do so.”

Click here to hear their story

FRANCHISE ROYALTY PAYMENTS: BETTING ON YOUR BUSINESS IN THE LONG RUN

In this week’s edition of FranNet’s weekly blog, we tackle the subject of royalty payments for franchisees. Royalty payments are a typical obligation in which franchisees pay the franchisor a set percentage or flat rate fee each month generally. This income allows the franchisor to collect payments from all franchisees and strengthens the overall business model.

First, a great definition is never unwelcome.Royalty Payments are “scheduled payments or contributions made to the entire organization, used to maintain the system and ensure that all avenues flow smoothly between the franchisor and franchisee.”

In essence, when you make your scheduled regular royalty payment to your franchisor, you are—in fact—guaranteeing a brighter future for the brand as a whole, and your business individually.  And isn’t that one of the main reasons you would choose a franchise opportunity in the first place?  Think about it another way — the franchisor is making a bet on you that you’re going to succeed long-term.  When you first open your doors, the franchisor will be delivering a tremendous amount of support to help you launch your new business successfully.

And more than likely, you’re not going to be making very much revenue right off the bat; thus, your royalty payments will be extremely low.

However, as your business grows, your revenue grows, your royalty payment grows, and the franchisor is able to help you establish a solid business for the long haul.  It’s a win/win scenario for the franchisee and the franchisor.

Next, let’s examine some of the specific value that all collected franchise royalty payments put to use for everyone’s benefit:

  • Technological Advances: Many franchisors utilize combined royalty payments to lead directives from the top—with a specific interest in technology. If you depend on your franchise opportunity to stay on the cutting edge for your benefit, it takes a budget. For example, will your franchise opportunity soon have a mobile application for smart phones? Could that drive further sales for your concept?
  • Leverage The Buying Power: When associated with a franchise, the franchisor brings its franchisees a tremendous amount of buying power to source items necessary to operate your business. Whether it’s computer systems, signage or supplies, the royalties you pay allow the franchisor to negotiate the costs for those items much more cost effectively than you could alone locally.
  • Expansion: You want your franchise brand to succeed and regular royalty payments allow headquarters to focus their energy on growing the brand and business model. By moving into new territories and markets, the franchisor can draw in even more franchisees—all of whom will pay royalties too. A successful franchise often has new outlets opening on a very regular basis. And the royalty payment pot continues to grow—making all of your individual businesses grow as well.

Hopefully by now, you’re seeing a very common theme in the aforementioned examples. When you pay royalty fees to your franchisor, you are actually investing in your own personal business in the long run. In a perfect situation, you will have chosen your franchise concept because you are comfortable with the leadership and direction of the brand. Your regularly scheduled royalty payments, when totaled up collectively, make it possible for the head office to make progress on the greater good—all on behalf of the individual franchisees whose sales make the day-to-day operation a success.

Do you feel that you’re ready to get started? If this article has inspired you to investigate a franchise opportunity, perhaps it’s time for a free consultation with a qualified and experienced franchise consultant. As it turns out, FranNet is just the place! As a franchise consultant company with a 27-year track record of assisting individuals on their path to business ownership, make arrangements to speak with me today.

Warm regards,

Page

949-623-8327

Business and Franchise Ownership: Everything You Need to Know Before You Buy

GET INFORMED BEFORE YOU BUY!!

If You Are Researching or Deciding on a Franchise, this FREE 
“Must-Attend” Will Show You:

• How to Jumpstart Your Business
• Personalized Assessments for finding the right business for YOU
• Best Practices to Ensure Your Success
• What to AVOID when buying a franchise
• How to build long-term equity
• Myths and misconceptions – Get informed
• Common mistakes – Get prepared
• Financing options
• Recession-resistant businesses
• How to maximize success, minimize risk

Register Now!

IS STARTING A BUSINESS SAFER THAN A JOB?

Have you ever considered, “Starting a Business May Be Safer than Having a Job”?  Today, that’s our job.  While that statement may sound counterintuitive to some, it’s become a reality for millions with regard to the state of the economy over the past few years. Losing one’s job is a nightmarish scenario whether it’s called being “laid off” or “downsized.” As is usually the case, corporate profit margins are trimmed to the extreme these days—all in the effort to keep the shareholders of public companies satisfied. Even private companies aren’t immune. Client-driven businesses depend upon the client’s ability to meet its financial obligations as well.

For some people in this economy, downsizing and rehiring has become a boom and bust routine. And over time, it can wear an individual down with anxiety. That’s usually when some become fed up enough to consider starting a business of their own.  While others may see the writing on the wall and decide to control their destiny rather than it control them.

Millions have turned to franchising amid record numbers of people taking the proverbial “plunge” in taking charge of their own destiny. Overcoming the feeling of initial apprehension is a key to becoming your own boss. At FranNet, we continuously deal with individuals who have reached this conclusion. We’re well skilled at providing a level of comfort in exploring whether or not your attributes will match up well with your own opportunity and initiatives.

In the meantime, look at some citable facts from Lendio, a leading business loan  company, to support the notion that owning a business may be safer than Corporate America. Although the article is three years old, its information and the lessons it contains are still extremely relevant.

With excellent information and a really handy infographic model, Lendio lays out the following facts about the risks and rewards of being employed—versus the self employed option:

- While working for Corporate America, you can expect one revenue stream with no real job stability. Working for yourself encompasses several revenue streams which you can build yourself while keep track of your own productivity.

- Over 2,500 people go into business for themselves every day, accounting for over 75 percent of all U.S. businesses.

- You may experience slower initial growth in owning your own business. But once you get past the critical stage, franchised businesses have a shorter time frame to reach profitability than non-franchised startups.

The full article and remaining points are worth a read, as this groundbreaking article has been shared numerous times on small business and franchising websites across the Internet. Take into account the amount of risk you’re actually taking. You may decide that the proverbial line in the sand needing to be crossed in order to take control of your destiny may not be such a drastic move after all.

And last consider this: the longer you’re in a corporate position, the more likely you are to be downsized, transferred or laid off. But the longer you own a business, the safer and more secure it becomes as you build that business. And has been proven time and again, time doesn’t wait for you to make a decision.

Do you feel that you’re ready to get started? If this article has inspired you to investigate a franchise opportunity, perhaps it’s time for a free consultation with a qualified and experienced franchise consultant. As it turns out, FranNet is just the place! As a franchise consultant company with a great track record of assisting individuals on their path to business ownership, make arrangements to speak with me today.

949-623-8327

FranNet Announces Orange County Entrepreneur Expo

President and Owner of FranNet for Southern California, Page Nicol, has today announced that they will be hosting the Orange County Entrepreneur Expo on April 30, 2013. The Entrepreneur Expo will be focused on ‘Meeting the Franchisors’, ‘How to choose the right franchise?’, ‘How to finance your business?’, and ‘How to use FranNet’s free mentoring services throughout the process?’

The FranNet Entrepreneur Expo scheduled to take place April 30, 2013 from 5:30pm to 8:30pm PST at the Dave and Busters Restaurant located on 71 Fortune Drive
Irvine, CA 92618. It will be geared towards individuals who want to start a business. Register Now http://socalfranchiseexpo2013.eventbrite.com

Dinner will be provided. This is a limited seating event ($29 value) FREE to the first 50 to register using our secure Eventbrite registration site. You will be contacted to confirm your reservation. This Expo is a special opportunity for invited guests of FranNet to learn if business or franchise ownership is a good career choice going forward. Here are just some of the questions this workshop will answer:

  • How do I assure my safety in a business and assure my chances of success?
  • Are there good white collar, executive style franchises? We will prove to you why it’s not just hamburgers, sandwiches and french fries anymore!
  • Can I stay in my job and get a business started?
  • How do I find a business that I will really like and how do I get the facts before I buy?
  • Is financing available?
  • What types of franchises and businesses are available in my area?

With virtually every consumer product or service available through a franchise business, according to Mr. Nicol, the franchising business has over 3,100 franchise concepts available today in almost 300 industries with over $2 trillion dollars in revenue per year with outlets employing over 12 million people.

“Therefore, I see this expo presenting a great opportunity for individuals who are seeking financial freedom, a better lifestyle or control over their professional careers, to gain valuable insight into what the insiders know about Franchising,” says Mr. Nicol, who through FranNet, has been helping entrepreneurs find the best business opportunities since 1987. Find out which business franchise is best for you! We will match you to the right franchise opportunity for your goals and lifestyle.

For further information or to register, please visit the following website:
Register Now http://socalfranchiseexpo2013.eventbrite.com

FranNet Southern California Announces Free Workshop on How To Start Your Own Business or Franchise

A new workshop, aimed at out-placed professionals, individuals looking to make a change in their career and semi-retired men and women, is scheduled to take place on March 27, 2013 from 1pm to 3pm PST.

FranNet Southern California will be hosting this free two hour (1pm to 3pm PST) workshop which is geared towards teaching attendees proven strategies for starting their own business while reducing the risks of going into business for themselves.  Those interested can register here:  http://californiafreefranchiseseminar.eventbrite.ca

Chief presenter, Page Nicol, VP of FranNet Southern California and a 25-year business and franchise developer, says persons attending this business workshop will get all their answers on How to Buy a Business or Franchise.  The workshop is aimed at answering these questions and more:

  • How do I assure my safety in a business and assure my chances of success?
  • Are there good white collar executive style franchises? It’s not just hamburgers, sandwiches and French fries any more.
  • Can I stay in my job and get a business started?
  • How do I find a business that I will really like and how do I get the facts before I buy!
  • Is financing available?
  • What types of franchises and businesses are available?

“This workshop will save them from making mistakes when choosing a business and potentially thousands of dollars,” says Nicol, who has extensive franchise and business ownership background including: 25 years in franchise development and commercial real estate, 23 years with Mail Boxes Etc (UPS Store) as master developer, and multi-unit owner, 10 years as a FranNet Associate in Southern California.

“Would you buy a house without using a real estate agent?  Why would you buy a business without using a franchise specialist?  Learn from a 25 year franchise and business ownership veteran, how to avoid the mistakes many people make when choosing to start their own business,” says Page, who currently lives in Southern California, where he has his regional office.

Those that are interested can register to attend the Free Workshop by signing up at http://californiafreefranchiseseminar.eventbrite.ca

ABOUT Page Nicol:

Page Nicol, who has 25 years of experience in franchise development and commercial real estate and 23 years with Mail Boxes Etc (UPS Store), is a master developer and multi unit owner. He also has 10 years as a FranNet Associate in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. He currently resides in Southern California, where he has his regional office.

For further information, please visit the following website:

www.frannet.com/pnicol

FranNet Pacific Southern California Announces Free Franchise Seminars, Feb. 27!

A new franchise workshop, aimed at out-placed professionals, individuals looking to make a change in their career and semi-retired men and women, is scheduled to take place February 27, 2013, at 7545 Irvine Center Dr. #200 Irvine, CA 92618.

FranNet Southern California, which will be hosting this free two hour (1pm to 3pm PST) seminar, is geared towards teaching attendees proven strategies for starting their own business while reducing the risks of going into business for themselves.  Those interested can register here: http://franchise.getayob.com

Chief presenter, Page Nicol, VP of FranNet Southern California and a 25-year business and franchise developer, says persons attending this business workshop will get all their answers concerning starting their own franchise business, namely:

  • How do I assure my safety in a business and assure my chances of success?
  • Are there good white collar executive style franchises? It’s not just hamburgers, sandwiches and French fries any more.
  • Can I stay in my job and get a business started?
  • How do I find a business that I will really like and how do I get the facts before I buy!
  • Is financing available?
  • What types of franchises and businesses are available?

“This workshop will save them from making mistakes when choosing a business and potentially thousands of dollars,” says Nicol, who has extensive franchise and business ownership background including: 25 years in franchise development and commercial real estate, 23 years with Mail Boxes Etc (UPS Store) as master developer, and multi-unit owner, 10 years as a FranNet Associate in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest.

“Would you buy a house without using a real estate agent?  Why would you buy a business without using a franchise specialist?  Learn from a 25 year franchise and business ownership veteran, how to avoid the mistakes many people make when choosing to start their own business,” says Page, who currently lives in Southern California, where he has his regional office.

ABOUT Page Nicol:

Page Nicol, who has 25 years of experience in franchise development and commercial real estate and 23 years with Mail Boxes Etc (UPS Store), is a master developer and multi unit owner. He also has 10 years as a FranNet Associate in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. He currently resides in Southern California, where he has his regional office.

 

FranNet Hosts Free Workshop on Franchise Ownership, Jan 30!

FranNet Southern California, specialists in helping people decide which franchise opportunity is the right fit for them, has today announced the hosting of a new, but free business workshop that focuses on starting a franchise.

The free franchise workshop will take place January 30, 2013 at 7545 Irvine Center Dr. #200 Irvine, CA 92618, and will last from 12:00 noon to 2:00 pm PST.

According to Page Nicol, VP of FranNet Southern California, some of the topics that will be covered include:

  • How to decide if business ownership is right for you.
  • How to find the right business or franchise.
  • How to finance your business, and
  • What are the proven methods to make a smart safe choice when choosing a business

The workshop, which is aimed at an audience made up of out-placed professionals, individuals looking to make a change in their career, and semi-retired men and women, is designed to prevent them from making a mistake when choosing a business and potentially losing thousands of dollars.

“Would you buy a house without using a real estate agent?  Why would you buy a business without using a franchise specialist?  Now, you’ll learn from a 25-year franchise and business ownership veteran about how to avoid the mistakes many people make when choosing to start their own business,” says Page, who has an extensive franchise and business ownership background.

ABOUT Page Nicol:

Page Nicol, who has 25 years of experience in franchise development and commercial real estate and 23 years with Mail Boxes Etc (UPS Store), is a master developer and multi unit owner. He also has 10 years as a FranNet Associate in Southern California and the Pacific Northwest. He currently resides in Southern California, where he has his regional office.

Why the American Jobs Act Won’t Create Nearly Enough Jobs

from FranNet.com

Franchise industry needs Affordable Care Act repeal, banks to extend credit

The American Jobs Act made big news early this month when President Obama signed it into law. It was hailed as a rare instance of bipartisan cooperation in an age of intense distrust and cynicism between the two parties, and as a measure that could truly jumpstart entrepreneurship by removing regulatory barriers to investment in startups and by allowing “crowdfunding” — Web-based fundraising of small donations — up to $1 million.

It probably is a step in the right direction (the crowdfunding measure especially shows promise). But it’s only one step when the economy needs to run a mile. We think the Jobs Act is a meager substitute for real action, the kind of bold gesture to entrepreneurs we’ve been pushing hard for since 2008.

There’s more opportunity for job-creating franchise expansion than ever before, but prospective franchise owners yearning for a chance to go into business for themselves can’t even get started because of a lack of capital and fear that the government will make it too risky for them to operate at a profit.

Here’s what we think needs to happen:

  • Banks need to extend credit. The economy coupled with overregulation of the financial services industry led to a 20 percent lending shortfall in 2011. Thousands of potential franchise owners with good credit and a willingness to join the franchising revolution are barred from the starting gate because banks aren’t willing to loan them enough money to cover the initial investment. It’s not fair and not good for business.
  • Congress needs to repeal the Affordable Care Act. For small businesses, the “Affordable Care Act” would be anything but — especially the “employer mandate” that would require businesses with 50 or more employees to provide health benefits to their employees or face penalties from the government. We believe this would jeopardize tens of thousands of franchise businesses, which would be forced to choose between downsizing by converting full-time employees to part-time status or absorbing the cost of rising insurance premiums. Neither would help small businesses — or our economy.
  • Congress needs to nullify the NLRB’s “ambush election” rule. The so-called “ambush elections” rule, which the National Labor Relations Board adopted at the end of last year, allows union elections in as little as 15 days, depriving employers of the opportunity to inform employees about unions and address union claims about employers; and denying employees full information about employer-union issues. The rule will take effect April 30 unless a pending joint House and Senate resolution, which we strongly support, nullifies it.

Now is not the time for half-steps to dig our economy out of the hole. We need strong action to empower entrepreneurs and help them start businesses that can provide good, lasting jobs to the nation’s citizens. According to FRANdata, the nationwide franchise information service, each new franchise creates an average of 10 jobs.

We urge citizens, whether they’re in franchising or just concerned about the effects of government overreach and restriction on small businesses, to contact their area Congressional leaders in the House and Senate. Tell them you don’t approve of actions that stifle business growth and keep our economy from recovering the way it should. And as always, for more information about our network of franchise consultants, visit us today at www.frannet.com.

 

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Free Workshop: Starting Your Own Business Basics

 

Friday, April 27th 2012

1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

4800 SW Meadows Rd. #300

Lake Oswego, OR 97035

 

Learn proven strategies for starting your own business from a 25 year business and franchise developer who knows the ins and outs of your local marketplace. Learn how to reduce the risks of going into business for yourself and understand the pros and cons of owning a business. If you’re looking to be your own boss, and would like to learn about the options in Oregon; this workshop will help answer all of your questions!

The workshop will be lead by FranNet consultant, principal, and franchise advisor, Page Nicol of FranNet Pacific Northwest, the nation’s largest franchise consulting and development firm.

To give you a preview, here are just some of the questions this workshop will answer:

  • How do I assure my safety in a business and assure my chances of success?
  • Startups, franchises, and resales: What are your business ownership options?
  • Are there good white collar, executive style franchises? We will prove to you why it’s not just hamburgers, sandwiches and french fries any more!
  • Can I stay in my job and get a business started?
  • How do I find a business that I will really like and how do I get the facts before I buy?
  • Is financing available?
  • What types of franchises and businesses are available in my area?

Whether you’re in a job transition, a new or veteran entrepreneur, or you’re looking to find a way to gain financial freedom, you will find this workshop extremely beneficial to your success. The workshop will provide the opportunity for one-on-one guidance; please come prepared with questions, concerns, and comments.

Questions? Contact Page Nicol of FranNet for additional information: 503.534.3695. The workshop is offered at no cost for the first 25 sign ups. Space is limited; please secure your space using EventBrite.

 

Click here to sign up.

 

Questions? Contact Page Nicol of FranNet for additional information: 503.534.3695. The workshop is offered at no cost for the first 25 sign ups. Space is limited; please secure your space using EventBrite.