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2018 March Career Services: Franchise Opportunities as Career Alternative
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3/6/2018
When: 03/06/2018
5:30-8:00 PM
Where: Stony Brook Office Park, Building #3
130 Turner St
1st Floor, Lower Level-Cafeteria
Waltham, MA 
United States
Contact: Karen Regan
(978) 364-5134


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Take control of Your Life and Your Career!

 

Have you wondered during your job search….is there something else for me?  Could I maybe get out of the rat race and work for myself?  Are you considering entrepreneurship as a career option but want a proven business model to get to your goals more quickly and safer?  It’s truly exciting for those who decide business ownership is for them - and for others, simply exploring their entrepreneurial options.

 

This session will include:

  • Common myths and truths about franchising – it’s not just food and retail
  • Remarkable ownership options like digital marketing, staffing, light manufacturing, computer services, education, home services, and semi-absentee ownership models
  • Government regulations for franchises
  • The importance of knowing your personal goals and objectives before taking the plunge
  • How to safely research and select the right franchise for you
  • How to finance your business
  • Available resources and consultant services from an industry leader at no cost

 

Outcomes:

  • A comprehensive knowledge base of franchising providing career options you may not have considered
  • Assessment strategies to determine if franchising will help achieve your personal, professional and financial goals
  • Links to resources available before, during, and after your selection process

 

 

 

Speaker:

 

Eric Schechterman, President, FranNet of Boston

 

As part of one of the top franchise consulting teams in the country, Eric works closely with clients to understand their goals, values, lifestyle, and interests to help coach them through the process of learning about franchising, and if it is a fit for them and their family.

 

Eric has worked as the Chief Development Officer for a funding firm focused primarily on funding start-up franchises. During his time there, he gained extensive knowledge on the ins-and-outs of franchising from the back end forward. He has helped thousands of small businesses open their doors, many of which were franchises, and has facilitated hundreds of SBA loans.

 

Eric has been a featured speaker at numerous franchise conferences, inspiring entrepreneurs with successful small business funding strategies and training franchise executives on how to maximize their funding relationships. He was honored to earn a distinction of Certified Franchise Executive (CFE) by the Board of Governors of the IFA in 2016.

 

 

 
 
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