Franchisees Make Paul Mitchell Schools a Winnerby Paul Mitchell Schools on 2/28/2012
Each year, Franchise Business Review independently surveys thousands of franchise owners to determine the very best business opportunities available. Covering 16 different categories, ranging from Automotive and Business Services to Services and Sports & Recreation (not to mention, everything in between), the annual Franchisee Satisfaction Awards examine several critical facets of American-based franchises. These facets include financial opportunity, training, operations, franchisor/franchisee relations, and support, to name a few. By going directly to the source - communicating with real franchisees - they strive to deliver accurate franchisee satisfaction ratings that are representative of the health of a franchise system.
Selected as Best in Category - Health & Beauty Franchises in the 2011 Franchisee Satisfaction Awards, it’s safe to say that the Paul Mitchell Schools franchises are in phenomenal shape. Paul Mitchell Schools beat out other Health & Beauty franchises like Palm Beach Tan, Passport Health, and The Woodhouse Day Spas within the Midsize Franchises segment.
Filtering franchise opportunities by service category, system/network size, and investment level, Franchise Business Review seeks to compare franchises apples-to-apples based upon categorical similarities. Having exceeded all expectations in 2011 by surveying over 300 leading franchise systems, representing over 65,000 franchisees, this project turned into the largest survey of franchisee satisfaction ever completed. The resulting unbiased ratings and awards showcase the best franchise opportunities in the marketplace today. And Paul Mitchell Schools is very proud to be on that exclusive list.
Investing in a franchise is one of the most significant financial decisions and life-changing events a prospective buyer will ever experience. There are many factors to consider before buying a franchise and chief among those factors is satisfaction levels of current franchisees. The important questions that follow can only be answered by current franchisees - the true franchise experts.
- Are franchisees getting the training and support they need to be successful?
- Do they value their relationship with their franchisor?
- Are they growing and making money?
- Would they do it all over again?
For Paul Mitchell Schools, the answers are all resounding yeses.
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