1. How to Promote Your Business: Part One

    Henry Ford nailed it right on the head when he said “stopping advertising to save money is like stopping your watch to save time.” You simply cannot afford to not advertise. Advertising and marketing are how people learn about your company and do business with you. With so much competition, if y…Read More

  2. Events to Plan at Your Trampoline Park

    When you invest in a trampoline park franchise, such as Rebounderz, it is easy to count on the day-to-day business of patrons who return to enjoy a few hours of flips and tricks on the trampolines, but it is a business savvy move to plan some events that invite jumpers to come for a specific occasio…Read More

  3. Why Investing in a Birthday Party Franchise is Worth It

    If you’ve made the leap to investing in a franchise with dreams of being a successful business owner, consider a birthday party franchise. Don’t worry, it isn’t what it sounds like, you don’t have to fully commit to a franchise full of balloons and cake, you can invest in a franchise that in…Read More

  4. How to Start a Successful Family Entertainment Center

    If You Build It, They Will Come In a world of competitive options, gone are the days when you can simply offer a product and service and expect people to line up. People have choices and they seek out the extraordinary. Family Entertainment Centers (FEC) are designed for children of all ages for a f…Read More

  5. How to Survive Your First Year as a Franchise Owner

    Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to take on the adventure of being a business owner with the franchise that met your qualifications and helps you to share your passion. Like most franchisees, you will likely feel the excitement intertwined with the terror that you just spent your life sav…Read More

  6. How Rebounderz Franchise Keeps Growing

    Rebounderz Franchise began as a dream of Founder, Mark Gurley to create a unique extreme trampoline fun zone. As a franchise, the Rebounderz business continues to grow. There are currently several locations to serve jumpers throughout the United States and Panama, with unlimited potential to add mor…Read More

  7. Why You Need an Exit Plan for Your Franchise

    As a business owner and a franchise investor, no one plans to exit before they sign on. If your franchise is successful, you may not need an exit strategy for many decades — that is the American Dream — when you retire. Chances are, though, at some point, you will need an exit plan — retiremen…Read More

  8. How to Know if Your Business Will Succeed in Your Town

    We’ve all heard the old adage location, location, location and it applies to everything! If you have been considering franchising or becoming a business owner in your town, you’ll need to do an assessment to find out if your town can support your business. Sometimes businesses are unsustainable …Read More