In this episode, Marietta Snetsinger shares her passion for franchising and what it takes to offer your business as a franchise or be the franchisee operating it. Marietta believes franchising your business is like scaling on steroids.
Highlights From This Episode:
- If you want to scale your business, consider converting to a franchise
- The two sides of the franchise, the person who offers the business opportunity as a franchise and the franchisee who operates the franchise
- Being a subject matter expert with a product or service solving a problem that others haven’t figured out
- The importance of having a marketing system in place so you can teach your franchisees how to attract and retain the right clients or customers
- Watch for the franchise tsunami coming to the market
Links & Resources From This Episode:
Read more: Watch for Marietta’s book coming out later this year ‘Happy Franchise’ How we create a happy profitable franchise system
Learn more: Ascend Franchise
More About Marietta Snetsinger
Owner & Franchise Expert, Ascend Franchise Solutions
Marietta Snetsinger is passionate about Franchising and business systems. She draws on stories and experience from her many years as a franchising professional. With a unique background that combines both franchise operations as well as franchise recruitment, she understands firsthand the rewards and challenges of this exciting and popular business model.
Whether you are an entrepreneur, franchisor or franchise partner, you are sure to benefit and learn from her 20 years of experience in the franchise industry. An engaging and energetic speaker, Marietta’s goal is to share the best practices of successful franchise models and provide practical ways for the audience to apply this information to their own businesses’.
With a no-nonsense and straightforward approach, Marietta is a sought after speaker at franchisor conventions and events. Because of her experience she has the ability to share the realities of franchising and what that really means as you consider converting your business to this model.
Industry Involvement: CFA- Convention Committee, speaker at Franchise Shows, “How to Franchise Your Business” consultant presenter, FSS Committee Member, regularly interviewed, interviewed by Financial Post, Toronto Star, Canadian Franchise Business, Profit magazine, contributor to many industry publications including The Franchise Voice & Franchise Canada.
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