There is nothing more representative of “the American Dream” than owning your own business and becoming your own boss. As an entrepreneur, you have the ability to build your own prosperity and success from the ground up and create a better life for not only yourself and your family but also your employees and your community.
Sounds great, right? Unfortunately, entrepreneurship is an “easier said than done” concept. As many Americans launch their own businesses, they’re too often met with unexpected barriers to their success: too few funds, a disjointed marketing plan and even the burden of managing taxes and legal documents. As much as people want to become their own boss, starting up a new business is simply not easy. That’s where the franchise model comes in.