Franchising: Entrepreneurship With Support
Investing In Franchise Business
“Franchising” is when a business decides to license out its operations, along with products, branding, knowledge, etc. When a person purchases and runs a franchise, they become a franchisee, or Franchise Owner. The franchisee receives a licensing agreement or right to market the parent company’s products or services within a specified area using the parent company’s trademarks, name and logo, and following any set guidelines.
Franchisees pay an ongoing franchise royalty fee for these rights, but those who opt for investing in a franchise have access to more resources and support than those who choose to go it alone.
"I was working for an international company. I was just another number to them. I thought, 'I don't want to go back to work for somebody.' I decided I wanted to train dogs professionally."
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Franchising is a great option for entrepreneurs seeking a new venture, people working 9-5 for a corporation and looking for a change, or even as a side hustle or post-retirement plan.
Investing in franchise business is a great way to become a business owner with lower risk and a higher chance of success for the following reasons:
- You sell products and offer services that customers want.
- Your products and services are familiar to customers because they come from an established company with a well-known brand, logo or trademark.
- You step into a system of operation that has already been tested and proven successful.
- You and staff get training and ongoing support from the franchisor.
- You become part of a company you love, with products or services you personally believe in.
If you’re looking to become part of a franchise you love, Dog Training Elite is a perfect option.
Are Franchise Owners Still Entrepreneurs?
Franchising differs from entrepreneurship because it involves investing in an already established business and business model. However, Franchise Owners are still entrepreneurs! After all, key entrepreneur characteristics include:
- Researching to figure out what kind of business has the greatest chance of success.
- Reviewing financial information, reviews, marketing reports, etc. to learn about the business you want to get into.
- Using your skills to hire and supervise employees and grow your business. Even if it’s using an already established system, you are still in charge of operations in your location.
- Making important business decisions, such as how to attract and retain customers.
All these entrepreneurial skills and more mean that even as a Franchise Owner, you have the mindset and attitude of an entrepreneur.
Investing In Franchise Business With Dog Training Elite
By franchising with Dog Training Elite, you have a better chance at success because Dog Training Elite already has a tried-and-true business model, training methods and is well known to customers.
When you franchise with Dog Training Elite, you receive tons of support. To start, you’ll receive over 100 hours of training in the classroom and on the job. Franchise Owners also have access to some of the best SEO and local marketing experts in the country. Dog Training Elite will help get the word out about your new business and help it thrive online.
When it's finally time to open, Dog Training Elite provides seven days of grand opening assistance and an in-person visit during the first six months as your business takes off. But it doesn’t end there. You can rely on ongoing assistance over the phone or in person for as long as you need it.
A Thriving Industry
The pet care industry is booming, thanks in part to the “puppy boom” of 2020. A 95.7 million dollar industry, it’s projected to grow 7.8% per year, reaching 283 billion dollars by 2023. Currently, almost 70% of U.S. households have a pet, and 94% of pet owners consider their pets to be part of the family.
The demand for dog training services far exceeds the supply, so there’s never been a better time to invest in the industry. In 2021, Dog Training Elite franchises had an average net profit of 337,856 dollars, and average gross sales of 786,059 dollars.
In addition to joining a booming industry, franchising with Dog Training Elite allows you flexibility. You don’t have to be the lead trainer – unless you want to! Once you’ve hired your staff, you can work as much as you like. Dog Training Elite’s home-based business model with low overhead costs and a high revenue potential is an ideal opportunity for business-savvy dog lovers or franchise investors looking to add a pet care business to their portfolio.
Your future as a Franchise Owner and investing in a business begins by contacting Dog Training Elite. Request the Dog Training Elite franchise report today to learn more about this exciting opportunity and get on your way to becoming your own boss.