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Putting the Internet to Work (for Franchises)

Putting the Internet to Work was published in the Spring of 1997. Today, 14 years later, this White Paper remains both current and relevant. More than anything, the passage of time shows that while technology may continue to advance, basic business principles do not change.

How the Franchise Industry Misused the Internet, Part 5

This is the fifth and final article that comprise a White Paper titled, The Internet and the Franchise Industry; How an Industry Misused the Internet.

How the Franchise Industry Misused the Internet, Part 4

This is the fourth of five articles that comprise a White Paper titled The Internet and the Franchise Industry - How an industry misused the Internet.

How the Franchise Industry misused the Internet - Part 3 of 5

This is the third of five articles that comprise a White Paper titled The Internet and the Franchise Industry - How an industry misused the Internet.

How the Franchise Industry Misused the Internet, Part 2

This is the second of five articles in the series, The Internet and the Franchise Industry, How an industry misused the Internet.  This describes the history of Internet communications in the franchise industry and suggests ways to improve the current situation.

How the Franchise Industry Misused the Internet

This is the first of five articles that comprise a White Paper titled The Internet and the Franchise Industry; How an Industry Misused the Internet.  This paper describes the history of Internet communications in the Franchise Industry and suggests ways to improve the current situation.

Critical Support Areas for New Franchisees

There is considerable documentation through this report that many franchise owners are unhappy with their current situation and are contemplating changes to their career.

Gender Differences among Franchise Owners

A perusal of the data would suggest that women are less successful in franchising than their male counterparts.

Franchisee Satisfaction Indicators Suggest Contraction in Franchising

If franchisee satisfaction is, as we believe, an important indicator of future actions, the next few years could be challenging for the franchise industry.   

Franchisee Survey Annual Report

As a franchise owner, you are part of a $600B industry.  This industry is larger than the automotive, computer and airline industries combined.