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Discussion in 'Franchising' started by Michael J. Donovan, Feb 8, 2016.
Thank you for your time sir.
If there is a limiting factor in this business it's your ability to build and manage a team. It starts with recruiting the right employee and continues with transferring your Company's DNA (vision, values, knowledge, culture) to that person. Then you must activate and empower them to carry out the mission.
I got ya, that's why I asked and thanks for the information.
If some one had a real interest could you arrange for the to spend the day with one of your "investors/joiners/franchiesors"?
Are you "sellers" also running a lawn service out of your office and could that operation also be visited?
Sorry for all the quotes but Im not sure what you are selling?
Yes people spend time with our franchisees frequently before joining U.S Lawns.
We also invite interested candidates to spend the day with us at our home office in Orlando. Understand, our home office is a training and support facility, staffed with people who help our franchisees grow their businesses.
That's it, our hour is up. Thank you to everyone who joined our first Ask the Expert live events today, to Ken Hutcheson for providing his insight and advice, and to U.S. Lawns for sponsoring this event. This thread will be closed to further commenting but will remain archived in the Franchising forum for future reference. Be on the lookout for details of our next live Ask the Expert event in June.
For additional information, please contact Todd Chapman, Director of Franchise Recruiting, at 407-246-1630 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit www.uslawns.com/franchise .