No Uni education, no barrier to higher franchise profits
Written on the 23 September 2011 by 10 Thousand Feet
"A university education is good and something to aspire to, however, on its own it doesn't provide you with life skills, which are equally if not more valuable. I can see that I might have been able to pick up some study skills earlier in life if I'd undertaken more formalised training I think a mixture of formal and life training is helpful.
Brian Hocking - Smartline Franchisee
According to Smartline Executive Director Joe Sirianni, Scratcher exemplifies why placing trust in a tried and true franchise system and adding common sense with genuine people skills equals a highly profitable combination.
10 THOUSAND FEET's Head of Intelligence Ian Krawitz said that Australian franchisees have a choice about their profitability.
"There are always things you can do to make your franchise more profitable. Choosing the right franchise to suit your circumstance and personal passion is important, as well as researching the level of satisfaction existing franchisees have with the system. Education level is a predictor of performance, but there are so many other things you can do to set yourself apart," Krawitz said.
Author:10 Thousand Feet
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