Our franchise audio files include a variety of topics for prospective franchisors and franchisees. Hear our thoughts on why franchisors rise and fall, the importance of franchise relationships, how to achieve franchise success, how to approach franchise area development and other issues. You will find these same topics written about in much greater detail within our articles section and throughout our franchise blog. If you have questions on franchising a business, buying a franchise or need franchise information, contact us.
You can download and save these audio files in MP3 format in addition to listening to them here. Right click the Download link and click ‘Save Target As’. Choose a folder and click ‘Save’. Will play on various devices or programs such as Window Media Player.
Blueprints for Franchising a Business (Download)
This is a classic piece on what characteristics are normally associated with successful attempts at franchising a business. You can read it’s associated article on “Franchisor Success or Failure, on this page. Both the audio clip and the article should be mandatory reading if you are interested in what it takes to create an blueprint, an outline or checklist when preparing to launch a new franchise or revitalize one that is emerging.
What New Franchisors Must Understand – Listen to franchise streaming audio (Download)
Franchisors must build a management team that understands its role in the context of franchising. That is different from standard executive talent.
Regional Development for Franchisors & Investors (Download)
The franchising on streaming audio download offers good insights concerning optional methods of franchise ownership
Focus & Direction for Prospective Entrepreneurs on Franchise Streaming Audio (Download)
Franchising on streaming audio is proud to offer an overview of the premier audio program for people thinking about self-employment. Here you will find great insight into your entrepreneurial self and answering two critical questions: Should I really work for myself, and What type of business should I consider?