Todd Pfister and FranNet: Eight National Franchisors, eager to expand in Greater Cincy, unveiled at ‘Ohio Meet the Investors’ tomorrow

Strictly by the numbers, FranNet of Greater Cincinnati has a treat for the local business community this week.

Long-term, the national franchise advisor offers career opportunities through that most coveted concept: hanging out own’s own shingle, in front of one’s own shop.

Todd Pfister of FranNet: http://www.frannet.com/tpfister

The numbers for the FranNet event at Indiana Wesleyan on Wednesday, with two events at 1.m. and 6 p.m., correspond to “Ohio Meet The Franchisors” and Managing Partner Todd Pfister as such:

– Eight National Franchisor companies, out of the FranNet national portfolio of 110, are offering immediate expansion opportunities locally for the right franchisee;

– The FranNet portfolio is highly selective, representing just 3 percent of a market estimated at 3,100, carefully matching franchisors with the franchisees that will make the companies hum;

– 92 percent of FranNet business owners are still in business after their two years, those first crucial steps where future prospects for success are most likely determined;

– The typical FranNet investor is 52 years old, white, male, and just about sick of the corporate scene, having been downsized twice;

– With an investment between $100,000 and $120,000, an engagement with FranNet (www.FranNet.com/tpfister) is launched, featuring an in-depth, three-part profile.

“Here’s another metric: three out of four people should NOT be business owners,” said Pfister.

“Are you the right one? What is your passion – what makes you tick?” Pfister queries.

A FranNet analysis incorporates a potential franchisee from many facets, specifically including studies that focus on franchisee behavior profile, risk tolerance and financial background, with what the company has already learned in the marketplace over the last 25 years.

“If you’re ready, and you’re the right one, we’ll both know,” Pfister said.

FranNet serves clients graduating from college, on the cusp of retirement, and everywhere inbetween.

Industries represented at the gig Wednesday are senior care, staffing, personal service, light manufacturing in multiple modes: executive, semi-absentee, amd multiple-unit models. Though the event at Indiana Wesleyan, 9286 Schulze Drive, in the Cincinnati Education and Conference Center is free, registration is required at www.frannet.com/tpfister.

The local FranNet office handling operations in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana is in Montgomery at 8150 Corporate Park Drive, Suite 250, 45242.

For more information, please contact Mr. Pfister at (513) 543-3325 or tpfister@frannet.com or http://www.frannet.com/tpfister.

For media inquiries regarding FranNet in Greater Cincinnati, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, President of AndyHemmer.com PR at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com. 

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