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How to Start a Jamba Juice Franchise in 2022

If you're ready to get in on the juiciest franchise opportunity, here are all the details you need to know to become a Jamba Juice franchise owner.

How to Start a Schlotzsky's Franchise in 2022

Looking for information about how to open a Schlotzsky's franchise? Here are the stats and facts you need to know.

4 Reasons New Franchisees Fail (and How to Succeed)

To be a successful franchisee, avoid disconnects between your initial good intentions and business ownership reality.

Alicia Miller

4 Tips To Overcome Career Transition Anxiety

You must be willing to embrace change, before you can act on it.

Jeff Cheatham

Owning a Franchise Could Be Your Fastest Route to Business Ownership. Here's What You Need to Know to Succeed.

Opening a franchise is a great option if you are interested in running your own business while minimizing the risk of starting one on your own. Let's discuss why opening a franchise might be the fastest route to business ownership and success.

Michael Ligon

Is Now the Right Time to Sell Your Franchise to a Private Equity Firm?

Private equity (PE) firms and others buying franchise companies at a record pace. If the sale of your franchise company is a part of your future plans, there may never be a better time to consider the move.

Mark Siebert

A Fit Future: The Latest in Health and Wellness Franchises

Americans are more health conscious than ever before – and there's never been a better time to get in the business.

Jeff Cheatham

How to Start an N-Hance Wood Refinishing Franchise in 2022

Here's what you need to know to open a franchise with a top rated, fast-growing brand. Who knows, it could be the perfect franchise for you.

Are You Asking for Employee Feedback? If Not, Good Luck With Retention.

In a survey that Franchise Business Review conducted, over half of industry leaders admitted to never getting formal feedback from their teams. That's a giant missed opportunity for retaining talent.

Michelle Rowan

Meats and Cheeses and Olives, Oh My! How this Veteran Launched a Successful Charcuterie Franchise

Kerry Sylvester started Graze Craze in Oklahoma well before charcuterie became a $378 million industry.

When This Couple Opened a MassageLuxe in an Underserved Black Community, They Realized Their Business Was About Self-Care in More Ways Than One

Michelle and Karim Kameka discovered their mission was as much about the people they hired as the people they served.

How to Keep Workplace Relationships Drama-Free: Advice from Family-Run Franchises

The personal and professional are never entirely separate. But learning how to balance the two can make for a lasting, successful business. Ask the folks who run businesses with the people they know best.

Jon Marcus