CEO Q&A: What Are Your Long-Term Goals for the Company?
In each issue of Franchise Update magazine we profile franchise CEOs and presidents, asking each the same set of questions. Throughout the year, we'll be selecting one of those questions - and providing answers from those profiles. Want to learn more about these franchise leaders and their thoughts on other topics? Easy - click the links we've included with their responses to read their full profile.
This week's question: What are your long-term goals for the company?
Shannon Hudson, CEO and Co-Founder, 9Round Franchising
Our vision is to be the leader in the global kickbox fitness space. We want to bring the brand to 5,000 locations worldwide. Read the full profile here.
Bette Fetter, CEO and Founder, Young Rembrandts
We're going to be a global franchise, with a presence in all major international markets. In North America, I want us to expand into all 50 states and Canadian provinces. Right now, we're teaching 40,000 kids a week, but I want to reach 500,000 kids a week, or even a million. The more kids we can reach, the better. Our mission statement is to raise generations who value art. I want to change people's mindsets about the arts, drawing, and creativity. I want to help make it an integral part of children's lives every day. And with Young Rembrandts expanding, kids everywhere will have access and can be participating. Read the full profile here.
Tammy Whitworth, Chair and CEO, Window World
I would have to say more of the same. We are America's largest exterior remodeler and we continually strive to do things better than we did the day before. We want to expand product offerings, increase our national footprint, and continue to do everything necessary to deliver a remarkable customer experience. Read the full profile here.
Jon Nobis, CEO, Two Men and a Truck
To build an outstanding customer service organization, where customers, employees, and franchisees are lined up at the door to be a part of it. Read the full profile here.
Nicole Ossenfort, CEO and President, Liberty Tax
We are an exceptional brand. We provide unmatched customer service. Our franchisees have this great opportunity to run a successful business that makes them self-sufficient. Long term, I want to continue to add franchises so we can deliver that great Liberty Tax service to even more people, and even more franchisees can discover the benefits of leading a business. Read the full profile here.
Larry Oberly, CEO and President, SpeedPro Imaging
Ultimately, I want to build the SpeedPro network into an even higher-performing group of happy franchisees, growing the fastest in same-studio sales in our segment. Profitable franchisees generally make happy franchisees. To do this we need to work well together, focused on the same goals and working cohesively to leverage the right strategies and initiatives. We have plans in place to effectively build future strategic plans together. Read the full profile here.
Rob Price, CEO and President, School of Rock
We will build the largest, most influential community of musical creators in the world. We will enter several additional countries with hundreds of more schools to serve tens of thousands more students. We will create a vibrant alumni network of hundreds of thousands and have our students perform for millions of people. Read the full profile here.
Brian Petranick, CEO and President, RiseMark Brands
To take an even more innovative position in the industry on programs and services surrounding all aspects of aging successfully in the home environment. Read the full profile here.
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