AUTOMOTIVE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Automotive franchises include vehicle parts and supply stores, automotive equipment rental and leasing, tire dealers and automotive repair and maintenance franchises. The automotive franchise industry generates over $50 billion in sales annually and employs over 250,000 people in more than 40,000 franchise establishments. Lastly the automotive industry contains more individual franchise companies than any other franchising segment except food.
CLEANING FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
An ageing population, double income households and increase in disposable personal income are driving more and more people to use residential cleaning services.
The cleaning industry in America is big business. Bringing in more than $40 billion annually, about 90 percent of this is carried out by franchised cleaning businesses. While a significant portion of this industry covers commercial and carpet cleaning services, the residential cleaning sector has seen significant growth over the last decade. This figure is expected to increase due to an ageing population.
EDUCATION FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Education and Tutoring franchises are a multi-billion dollar business In North America. The industry continues to grow due to ongoing changes made at the state level to improve the Common Core Standards and the high value parents place on a child’s education.
Revenue lines for the industry are highly profitable and focus on Academic Skills - Reading, Writing, Math, Phonics, Vocabulary, Study Skills and Exam Prep: SAT, ACT, High School Entrance Exams, and State Tests.
EMPLOYMENT FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
The staffing industry is booming In North America. The industry is on track to generate over $140 billion in 2021.
By matching clients with qualified candidates, the staffing industry puts people to work and helps businesses succeed. Job seekers benefit from flexible work schedules and job placement services.
There are varied opportunities for profit through multiple service lines, including temporary and flexible Staffing; Evaluation and Direct Hire; Contract and Full-Time Professional Staffing and finally Human Resource Services.
FURNITURE RESTORATION FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Make your old or broken furniture shine like never before! Furniture Restoration will make sure your items last a lifetime.
Currently in America, Furniture Restoran is a $2 billion industry. The majority of this business is generated from insurance related claims due to fire, flooding and storm damage.Combine this with other factors, like a move back towards an increasing demand for high quality, long-lasting handmade furniture, the furniture restoration industry is big business.
HAIR & BEAUTY FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
The beauty industry exceeded $60 Billion in sales in 2021 and is projected to grow by 5% in 2021. Salon Franchises are perfect for entrepreneurs who have a background in hair styling, or for those who just love to run a thriving business with potential for recurring clients.
A hair salon franchise is a great way to kick-start your self-employment goals and be successful in this recession resistant industry
LOW COST & BARGAIN FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Everyone's looking for a bargain these days. Franchise businesses can range from as low as $10,000 to well over a $1,000,000. In that range there are a significant number of profitable businesses that can be started for less than $50,000. Opportunities in this category include Tax services; Commercial cleaning; Real estate; Dance fitness classes; Youth sports and Advertising.
RETAIL FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
The consumer outlook for 2021 remains positive. Real disposable income is expected to rise by 6.1%, which means increased spending in a significant number of retail franchise businesses.Retail franchise businesses range from Pet Supplies to Pizza and beauty supplies to frozen yoghurt! If you can imagine a retail sale, it’s probably offered to you as a retail franchise business for sale.
Whether the Retail franchise business involves marketing, accounting, or training, the franchise owner, for the most part, can follow the franchisor’s guidelines and be successful.
SENIOR CARE FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Currently there are over 44 million citizens, who are over the age of 65 in the United States. This represents 14 percent of the population, or one in every in seven Americans. What is significant about this statistic is that it is set to significantly increase!
By 2040, senior citizen are projected to represent 21.7 percent of the population.
Therefore with an ageing population, the need for costs effective healthcare is driving the explosive growth of in- home senior citizen healthcare franchises.
VETERAN FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES
Vet Fran is a voluntary program with the aim of helping veterans smoothly transition from the military back into civilian employment roles. The major benefit to veterans who are enrolled in this program is that they are entitled to various incentives, which makes the cost of owning a franchise business more affordable.
Also when Veterans purchase a franchise business utilizing demo.allstateff.com, we provide a $1,000 pre-paid VISA card to assist with their legal and financial start up costs.
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Franchising in Business – July 2021
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Franchising in Business – April 2021
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International Women’s Day – The Importance of Women in Franchising
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