Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2016 -- A webinar titled, Franchise Your Business–Insights and Ideas is scheduled for Thursday, May 5, 2016 at 1 PM CT/11 AM PT. The webinar is co-sponsored by Franchise Science, and the Franchise Growth Institute.
Part of the Franchise Excellence Events™ Series, the webinar is free to register and attend, and will cover franchising basics, frequently asked questions, how to get started, marketing and finance considerations, and how to determine if your business is ready to franchise.
The webinar will feature Harry Miller, CEO of Franchise Science, and Executive Director of the Franchise Growth Institute. Miller is a franchise industry veteran and top authority on franchise sales and development with over 25 years experience.
“Franchising is an attractive opportunity to many business owners who are looking to grow and expand,” states Harry Miller, Franchise Science CEO. “This webinar will help business owners understand franchising options and considerations.”
To register for the free Franchise Your Business–Insights and Ideas, click here.
About Franchise Growth Institute
The Franchise Growth Institute™ is a educational, training and thought leadership organization focused on the franchise industry. The institute publishes surveys and research, e-newsletters, training programs, and maintains a Franchise Resource Library. For more information, visit http://www.FranchiseGrowthInstitute.org, or call 888-501-6605. Follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
About Franchise Science
Franchise Science™ is a highly-skilled franchise consulting firm providing complete services to franchisors and entrepreneurs. Based in Santa Barbara, CA, Franchise Science was founded in 2015, and formally launched in March 2016. For more information, visit http://www.Franchise-Science.com, view our overview video, or call 888-501-6605. Follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Heather Hawes, Franchise Science, http://www.franchise-science.com, +1 630-868-5063, [email protected]
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