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Georgia Leads the Nation in New Franchise Interest Index™

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Georgia, Nevada and Florida led the nation with the highest levels of interest in buying a franchise in 2019, according to new data from Franchise Insights. The Franchise Interest Index™ reveals  the relative interest of entrepreneurs making an investment inquiry by indexing proprietary data with state population on a per capita basis. An index of 100 indicates average per-capita interest, while...

More Than 63% of Franchisors Plan To Increase Recruitment Spend in 2020

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In a strong showing of their confidence about the future, nearly two-thirds of franchises plan to spend more to recruit new franchisees in 2020, according to a survey across the Franchise Ventures demand-generation platform.  “Business confidence is evident in  franchises, the leading category of small businesses,” said Michael Alston, president of Franchise Ventures. “Growth-oriented franchises...

Franchise Prospects Top $100k in Household Income

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One-third of prospective franchisees have at least $100,000 in annual household income, according to the latest data analysis by Franchise Ventures — and income is clearly a key factor in finding franchisee candidates who are qualified for different opportunities. Future franchisees topped the national average for higher incomes. 33.6% of all franchise prospects showed household income of...

One Third of Prospective Small-Business Buyers Ready to Switch From Corporate Life

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More than one-third of potential business buyers are motivated by a desire to stop “climbing the corporate ladder,” according to the survey across the Franchise Ventures demand generation platform.  “In many cases, experienced managers and executives are ready to run their own show,” said Michael Alston, president of Franchise Ventures. “That can be a huge benefit to franchisors who are looking...

Women Outpace Men Among Gen X Franchise Prospects

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Interest in owning a franchise is balanced almost equally between women and men overall, according to the latest small business analysis by Franchise Ventures — and women are starting to outpace men among Gen X prospects.  “We don’t see a glass ceiling when it comes to interest in buying a franchise,” said Michael Alston, president of Franchise Ventures, “The proportion of prospects who...

Mobile Phones Surge Again as Top Source of Franchise Prospects

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Smartphones are growing at an even faster rate this year as the No.1 way that franchise prospects begin their investment process. After several years of single-digit growth, the smartphone share of new franchise inquiries grew 12% over the past 12 months – reaching a full 73% of Internet inquiries originating on a mobile phone.  That’s the latest from an annual analysis of investment...

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