Franchise Business Review’s Franchise Hall of Fame highlights brands that reach the remarkable milestone of being rated among the best franchise opportunities 10 or more times.
This year, we are proud to induct 11 leading companies, each having demonstrated an ongoing dedication to the success and satisfaction of their franchise owners.
Featured 2018 Inductees:
“Many H&H franchisees have been in business for 15, 20 years or more! That longevity demonstrates our commitment to treating our franchisees like family. We do EVERYTHING we tell them we will do. Providing ongoing support and encouragement as a committed partner to their success is our top priority.”
– Linda Kamm, Owner, Happy and Healthy
“At Home Instead Senior Care, we are dedicated to providing franchisees the resources they need to train and develop leaders in management and caregiving. This enables our franchises and their teams to succeed in our mission of enhancing the lives of older adults and their families.
– Jeff Huber, CEO, Home Instead Senior Care
“We are committed to surveying our network annually with Franchise Business Review. Sustained growth results from a franchisor prioritizing the needs of franchisees throughout the lifecycle of their business, and the FBR survey is an objective way to measure the results of our support.”
– Julie R. Smith, President & Chief Executive Officer, Homewatch CareGivers
“We benchmark ourselves against the industry. It’s nice to know where we stand compared to other franchises because all franchisors are islands amongst ourselves. All franchisors worry about growing their franchise organization, but most never really try to figure out where they stand against the industry.”
– Dave Mattson, CEO & President, Sandler Training
“The Maids International…dedication to our franchisees success is our first priority. With a solid, established executive experience with earning power, we commit the resources including on-going coaching, mentorship from established franchisees and peer groups which keep our franchisee family members engaged and growing.”
– Ronn Cordova, Vice President, Development. The Maids International
“We’ve always been focused on unit-level profitability. Because we grew up in lawn care, we are very much in tune with where you need to have your [financials]. One of the big benefits of being part of a franchise system is that you are never alone; you have partners that are there for you and always looking for ways to make your business profitable.
– Jennifer Lemcke, COO, Weed Man USA
Other 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees include:
Home Care Assistance
PIP Printing & Document Services
Precision Concrete Cutting
Surface Specialists Systems
Click here to visit the Hall of Fame.