Franchising a Business in Today's Economy

Franchise Development in Today's Economy.
In Today's franchise market, professionals are looking more seriously at franchise businesses as a means to build a new career.  The slow job market equates to a strong franchise marketplace.  In many parts of the country, highly skilled and educated professionals have invested in franchises, here are a few examples:
Franchises can mean promising opportunities for unemployed
Thursday, December 30, 2010

After 20 years working in corporate finance, Brian Achenbach was laid off in February for the third time in his career. Instead of looking for another job, he decided to open his own business.

Read more: http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10364/1114278-28.stm#ixzz19hNQHixI

Ace Hardware helps franchisee land in Everett

By M.L. Dehm
SCBJ Freelance Writer

EVERETT — Location means everything. Just ask the owner of the new Ace Hardware in Everett, Judith Moratti. Her store, in the Claremont Village Shopping Center on Evergreen Way, opened for business on Dec. 7.

With plenty of parking and as the only hardware store of size west of I-5 between downtown Everett and south Everett, Moratti believes she is conveniently situated for local residents.

Read More:  http://www.snohomishcountybusinessjournal.com/article/20101230/SCBJ02/712309957/-1/SCBJ

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