Regardless of the circumstances, Canadians continue to access services for their families, homes, vehicles, and businesses, many of which have been designated as essential services by provincial governments throughout the country. The May/June 2021 issue of Franchise Canada spotlights these service-focused franchises across Canada.
Each year, the demographic of aging baby boomers in Canada continues to rise, increasing the need for senior support services. We take readers through a variety of senior services franchises that help aging Canadians stay safe and comfortable at home. We also feature a special focus on franchises that provide services to children as Canadians look to keep their kids on track despite recent obstacles, and franchises that provide pet services to help pet parents raise their furry family members.
Check out the May/June issue for this content and more, including franchisee success stories and expert advice from franchise professionals!
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By joining the CFA, a franchise has made the conscious decision as an organization to be the best franchisors they can be. Here are a few reasons why, as a prospective franchisee, you should keep your eyes open for the CFA member logo that highlights the CFA's many corporate members.
Whether you’re looking to learn more about the model itself, or are looking for specific information about evaluating opportunities, conducting the proper due diligence, enlisting support service professionals, and the benefits of franchising, this Ultimate Guide has you covered.
When you invest in a franchise, it’s important to keep in mind that you’re investing more than just money – you’re also investing your time, passion, and hard work. With the resources required to start and maintain your franchise venture, you’ll want to have a complete picture of the franchise opportunity before you sign on the dotted line of the franchise agreement. That’s where due diligence comes in.