FRANCHISEGRADE.COM® PUBLISHES FACTS AND FIGURES SERIES ON FRANCHISE SYSTEMS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE…
December 9, 2015 FRANCHISEGRADE.COM® PUBLISHES FACTS AND FIGURES SERIES ON FRANCHISE SYSTEMS
Six Part Series Highlights Differences Between Healthy and Unhealthy Franchise Systems
New York, New York – Franchise Grade®
FranchiseGrade.com is publishing a series of Facts and Figures on Healthy and Unhealthy Franchise Systems. This special series compares the differences between Healthy and Unhealthy Franchise Systems. Each Volume is based upon our extensive database of franchise statistics and analysis of the franchise industry and provides important details on what sets these systems apart from each other. Franchisors and prospective franchisees now have the opportunity to recognize the significant differences between strong healthy and weak unhealthy franchise systems. A Healthy franchise system is defined as meeting our Franchise Performance IndexTM standards coupled with positive investment risk variables that contribute to franchise system and franchisee success. Our previous franchise industry analysis has led to our publications of A Seven Year Study of Franchising Trends from 2008 – 2015 and A Few Bad Apples. Both studies shed light on the important differences among franchise systems.
Jeff Lefler, founder and CEO of FranchiseGrade.com stated: “At FranchiseGrade.com our primary objective is to provide prospective franchisees, investors and franchisors timely and objective information regarding franchise system performance. This 6 volume series of Facts and Figures reveals how Healthy Franchise Systems compare to the Unhealthy Systems. “Click here to download copies of Facts and Figures".
FranchiseGrade.com is the leader in competitive market research and objective analysis for the franchise industry. Their franchise assessment, grading and standardized reporting tools provide industry stakeholders with critical data driven metrics to support the growth of successful franchise systems. FranchiseGrade.com works to raise the bar for market research in the franchise industry to build a stronger franchise community.