In today’s episode, Roland Frasier welcomes franchising expert Erik Van Horn to discuss why you should get involved in the business of franchising, the usual mistakes people make, how much you can earn, and what you need to know before getting started.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- 00:45 Franchising 101: The People Involved And Why We Fear It
- 05:26 Why Picking The Right Franchisees Matter
- 09:21 Why Are There Well-Capitalized Entrepreneurs Going Into Franchising?
- 12:56 Expect To Earn This Much When Going Into Franchising
- 16:41 The Common Pitfalls People Experience In This Business
- 24:07 Keep Things Uniform Across All Aspects
- 26:15 What’s In The Future For Erik Van Horn?
From franchisee to franchisor and investor to consultant, Erik Van Horn has worn many hats over the last two decades. His diverse experience has provided him with unique insight into the challenging aspects of the industry.
Unlike many other franchising pundits, Erik practices what he preaches and is still an active franchise entrepreneur. He has owned 6 brands in 8 states and isn’t done yet with 30 more locations in the works. But more than expanding his businesses, Erik has a passion for helping people. That’s why he has helped 1,000 people (and counting) find great opportunities that meet their lifestyle goals, so they can find the same freedom through franchising that he enjoys.
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