When you invest in a franchise, you'll likely get a lot of support and hand-holding the first year.
Call it the honeymoon period.
But then . . . .
Years 2 and beyond, you start to feel a bit more alone. Things get more complicated. Maybe it's more locations. Maybe it's more staff. Maybe it's cash flow.
Let's call it growing pains.
How can you assure you're set up for success over the long-term in your franchise business?
I interviewed Luke Frey from Bella Vista Executive Advisors to find out the answers to that vital question.