Want to know what to expect from a franchisor?

The role of a franchisor came under the microscope in an illuminating panel session – recorded at The National Franchise Exhibition Virtual this spring – with wisdom from industry insiders  discussing “What to expect from a franchisor”. 

One of the key benefits of investing in a franchise vs starting your own business is the support of an established brand. When researching your options, it is crucial to understand what kind of training and support you can expect to help you make a success of your new venture. In this webinar, a panel of industry experts shared their thoughts on what to look for when assessing a supportive franchisor.

The expert franchise panel comprised Dan Archer, Managing Director, Visiting Angels UK, Ged Comerford, Operations Director, The Christmas Decorators and host Nick Strong from social media consultancy, socialHANDLER. 

Watch now to find out more about:

• How to know when a brand is a good fit for you
• What kind of training a franchisor should provide
• The support and expertise a good franchisor will offer
• The tried-and-tested nature of the franchise model – and why it works

For more information about The National Franchise Exhibition, which returns to in-person event format on 1 and 2 October at NEC Birmingham, and to register for FREE tickets, visit the exhibitions page>> 

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