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Franchising Your Company: Listen to Your Customers First

Charles Internicola

by Charles Internicola
National Business and Franchise Lawyer

Date: 05/14/2013 | Category: Start a Franchise | No comments

When franchising your company it is important to identify and correct any issues your business may have prior to moving forward with franchising. Issues may occur in operations‚ finances and/or customer satisfaction.

In a recent article by The Franchise Hound‚ “Lessons from Your Customers”‚ one of the best things to do when trying to identify ways to improve your business is by taking a lesson from Google and asking the customer what they think. The “listen-first policy” being taken from Google can benefit small companies especially a company that is considering franchising. Franchising your company can magnify any issues that currently exist in your business. Asking customers for their feedback may be a useful step prior to selling your franchise concept to others and may open the opportunity for your franchise to be more of a success than it may have been had you not asked your customers for comments.

Listening to the opinions of your customers before selling your franchise concept is just one of many things that can be done to help your franchise be successful. 

LEARN MORE ABOUT HOW TO FRANCHISE YOUR COMPANY:

1. ORDER a complimentary copy of "The Franchise Formula: A Guide for Franchising Your Business in the New Economy";

2. CONTACT Charles Internicola by phone at 1-800-976-4904 or by email;

3. READ "How to Franchise Your Business – Part I: The Basics"

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