Dale Carnegie Ranked in Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Top Franchises for Less Than $100,000” List
Professional Development Training Franchise Ranked as a Leading Franchise Investment for Less Than $100,000
May 21, 2019 // Franchising.com // MELVILLE, NY - Dale Carnegie Training, the company known for setting the standard in transformative professional sales training for individuals and organizations, announced today that it has been ranked in Entrepreneur magazine’s “Top Franchises for Less Than $100,000” list. Notably, the brand was rated number 15 on the prestigious list of strategic franchise investments.
Entrepreneur magazine’s franchise industry analysts compile the list based on scores received on the Franchise 500 evaluation, which analyzes more than 150 data points in the categories of costs and fees, size and growth, franchisee support, brand strength and financial strength and stability. Dale Carnegie’s rank on the list is a testament to its strength as a franchise opportunity and position as a leading investment in its price segment.
“Our franchisees are the core of our brand, so this recognition reflects our commitment to ensuring our franchise opportunity is an investment that brings in quality individuals who are passionate about our mission and our services,” said Jean-Louis Van Doorne, Chief Franchise Advocate at Dale Carnegie. “We’re very proud to be ranked as a leading franchise investment, and see it as a testament to the effort and resources we dedicate to making our franchise opportunity as appealing and rewarding to candidates as possible.”
Through a diverse training curriculum offered in-person or online, Dale Carnegie Training continues to adapt to the ever-changing needs and challenges of the modern business world. Though the form of the delivery may evolve, the timeless insight and guidance brought to Dale Carnegie customers every day is still rooted in the continuity of core human motivations. Individuals and organizations return to Dale Carnegie Training because its impact is long lasting. Franchise partners can leverage curriculum and training tools that target successful behavioral and emotional connections that result in lasting transformation. Dale Carnegie believes the power to change corporations and communities lies in impacting people on a personal level.
Dale Carnegie requires franchise partners have a minimum net worth of $500,000 and at least $150,000 in liquid capital. The start-up cost to open a Dale Carnegie business varies depending on individual revenue targets of a territory, but it is on average 20 percent lower than the investment for other businesses in the industry.
To view Dale Carnegie in the full Entrepreneur ranking, visit https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/332365.
About Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie emphasizes practical principles and processes by designing programs that offer people the knowledge, skills, and practices they need to add value to a business. Connecting proven solutions with real-world challenges, Dale Carnegie helps people discover the unsuspected strengths they have to improve their lives personally and professionally. Over the last 106 years, the company has helped eight million individuals tap capabilities they did not know they had and achieve results they did not imagine were possible. Headquartered in Melville, New York, Dale Carnegie is represented in all 50 of the United States and over 82 countries. More than 2,700 trainers present Dale Carnegie programs in 32 languages every day.
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