Seizing The Moment And Taking Control
The past two years have been a unique time for trying to plan the future of your business. Indeed, there have been many challenges multi-unit franchise owners have navigated as a result of the pandemic. But as we look to that proverbial light that seems to be getting brighter at the end of this doom and gloom tunnel, we are here to say that the future looks bright for multi-unit franchise owners.
The pandemic caused many professionals to decide to become their own boss—the Great Resignation. The remote work trend opened up opportunities for people to move where they prefer to live and catapulted many into “giving up their day job” in search of something more meaningful to them. These changes ultimately give multi-unit franchise owners more control.
You can take control of the future of your business. You are sitting on the precipice of opportunity. You could take advantage of the growing number of people seeking opportunities as franchisees and sell your business. Or you could consider growing and diversifying your business.
If you decide you want to get out, you have the experience to help with a successful transition. If your goal is growth, you have the experience, the understanding, the relationships, and the know-how to launch, operate, and scale your business successfully.
For as long as we have been working with multi-unit franchise owners, we have not seen more opportunity for “seizing control” than we are right now.
See where you stand by answering these questions for yourself. Another excellent opportunity to take control is to make sure you attend the upcoming Multi-Unit Franchising Conference in March. Then, whatever your version of seizing the moment looks like, you are in a prime position to strategize your next move and take control.
Kendall Rawls knows and understands the challenges that impact the success of an entrepreneurial-owned business. Her unique perspective comes not only from her educational background but, more importantly, from her experience as a second-generation family member employee of The Rawls Group - Business Succession Planners. For more information, visit www.rawlsgroup.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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