When an individual is seeking to start their own franchise business, one of the main things they should consider is the support system a given franchise company has in place. Running your own business can seem like a daunting venture so it’s important to feel that you’re not alone.
Since 1992, Budget Blinds has been steadily growing its franchisee family. Today, it’s over 800 strong thanks in part to an established and tried system that has helped franchisees succeed over the years. Budget Blinds has been recognized repeatedly as a top franchise by Entrepreneur, Franchise Business Review and Franchise Times.
At Budget Blinds, a new franchisee can expect a thorough support system that begins with a business coach who is there to guide them through any difficulties they may experience. They also have a wide network of franchisee peers that they can turn to for advice. Additional support includes frequent webinars and training sessions.
“We want to make sure our franchisees feel they always have someone there to help guide them through any problems,” said Chad Hallock, CEO of Budget Blinds. “It’s one of the things that has allowed us to grow into the top window coverings franchise in the nation.”
Budget Blinds believes military veterans make excellent franchise owners because they are already trained to work effectively within support systems. Because of this, the company launched the Million Dollar Franchise Event last year to encourage veterans to become business owners. The event offers an unprecedented $35,000 discount off the purchase of a Budget Blinds franchise with the goal of granting $1,000,000 in total discounts. For more information, visit www.HFC4Vets.com.