Hold on! You mean to tell me that working with a franchise consultant or a franchise broker is a bad thing?
Everybody likes a little bit of controversy, once in awhile, right? Ok, maybe some people don’t. Actually, some people don’t like franchise brokers, and franchise consultants. I have no idea why.
(Well, I actually do know why)
(Disclosure; I used to be one.) I’m not afraid to go head on with the naysayers. I’m not afraid to call out less than stellar brokers or broker franchises that actually sell franchises. I never was.
Are Franchise Brokers And Franchise Consultants Really Helping Franchise Buyers?
Maybe. Maybe not.
- In this mini-series, I write about a franchise industry shakeout that’s coming. (I’m still waiting for it)
- So, you think that you would like to become a franchise broker, huh? With the promise of $200k yearly incomes being thrown about, I don’t blame you. Read about a career as a franchise broker.
- My franchise consulting business is totally different than it was when I first started in 2001. New technology is only part of what’s changed. Find out what’s changed in my franchise consulting business. (Your business may change, too) Update: Here’s another change!
Should you become a franchise broker?
How to Use a Franchise Opportunity Website
The 10 Commandments of Franchise Research
What You Need To Know About Franchise Consultants/Brokers