“ Franchising is a method of distributing products and or services through two major interdependent parties--the corporate parent or franchisor, who is responsible for licensing out a business’ trademark and its operations, training and support systems; and the independent franchisee, who buys into the system”
It is in the depths of challenges that our greatest opportunities for change arise
What are the Challenges? 1. Economic Realities 2. Health Realities
100 People at age 65 Source: Social Security Administration, Office of Research and Statistics, January 1996-Income of Population 65 or Older, 1994 Bureau of the Census, April 1996 81% are Dead or Dead Broke!
The Wealth 1 % Source: The New Interagency Report: Older Americans 2000: Key indicators of Well-Being (US Census)
2 . Buy a Franchise Higher Success Rate World Class Branding Proven Systems Limited Expansion Capability Large Investment for startup, plus Royalties to Franchisor Significant Risk 3 . Build a Network World Class Branding Proven System Comprehensive Training Unlimited Expansion Capability Low Barrier of Entry Very Limited Risk
Network Marketing “ The best kept secret in the business world” After purchasing a network marketing company he called it one of“the best investment I‘ve ever made.” "If I had to do it all over again, rather than build an old style type of business, I would have started building a network marketing business." “ Network marketing has proven itself as a viable and rewarding source of income.”