FranNet presents ‘Meet the Franchisor’ seminar
Tuesday April 30, 2013 | By:Metro Source Staff | News
CHEEKTOWAGA - Business ownership, being your own boss and controlling your financial destiny are all parts of the American Dream. Many people desire self-employment for a variety of reasons, such as loss of a job due to downsizing, being overlooked for a promotion, feeling disenchanted with corporate America or simply for exploring a career change. The challenge of choosing the correct opportunity can be daunting.
FranNet, a national company that assists individuals interested in transitioning from corporate careers to franchise ownership, is bringing national franchise representatives to Buffalo for a “Meet the Franchisor” seminar.
The seminar will be from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15 at the Millenium Hotel Buffalo, 2040 Walden Ave., Cheektowaga. Business development resources, franchise funding experts, SCORE and SBDC will participate in the seminar.
Attendees will have the opportunity to spend time with the representatives, ask questions, find out what their expansion plans are for the Western and Central New York area and learn why the franchisees of these national companies are thriving.
They will also learn about FranNet’s thoroughly researched consultation process that helps determine what franchise models match their professional and personal goals and objectives.
“Franchising is an excellent choice for someone in career transition,” said Ron Livecchi, local FranNet consultant. “It provides aspiring entrepreneurs with industry experience, training, support, name recognition and marketing systems to insure success. Through our highly successful consultation process, FranNet will help find the right franchise ‘fit’ for you.”
To register for this free seminar, visit Eventbrite at mtzbuffalo2013.eventbrite.com or email your name and address to email@example.com.
Space is limited. Your registration will be confirmed and an agenda will be sent to you.
For additional information regarding the seminar and FranNet services, contact Livecchi at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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