Franchise Direct Releases a Look at How Franchises Impact the Economy

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The guide looks at some of the natural advantages franchises possess, and how they impact both the local and national economy.

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[Franchises] have been proven to be more economically stable largely because of their branding and often affordable prices.

Franchise Direct has announced the release of their most recent guide: A Look at How Franchises Impact the Economy. Guide breaks down the United States benefits from the multifaceted franchise industry.

According to Franchise Direct, “The 2008-2010 recession took a toll on the U.S. economy even though franchises fared better during the recession than most other retail chains and small businesses. They have been proven to be more economically stable largely because of their branding and often affordable prices. After the recession ended, franchises successfully rebounded and have continued to thrive.”

The guide takes a look at revenue generated by franchises, number of jobs generated by franchising, areas primed for future franchise growth, franchising’s impact on local economies and franchising’s impact on the national economy.

To learn more about how franchises impact the economy, view the guide here.

About Franchise Direct:

Franchise Direct's goal is to provide a reliable, authoritative platform where entrepreneurs can connect with franchisors seeking investors. In support of this objective, our mission is to be the leading online resource for franchise opportunities and the knowledge center of choice for anyone seeking information on the franchise industry.

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