As long time supporters of franchise industry excellence and veteran franchise partnership, the Franchise Direct team offers military veterans and interested family members the online information they need to make informed decisions about entering the franchise world. The Military Veteran Franchise Information page is part of the Information Center, listed on the homepage of franchisedirect.com. Available for those researching benefits available to military service professionals and their families, this section supports veterans in their search for the right investment opportunity, including self-assessment tools and information on funding resources.
Tips on how to move into franchising, if it is right for you, where to find funding and support resources, and the kinds of franchises that many veterans often invest in are just some of the topics covered through this comprehensive online resource. Veterans can also find a compilation of links and corresponding information describing different governmental agencies, recruitment firms, and organizations that are available to assist veterans. All of this key information is available to support diversity in franchising and increase veteran awareness about just how suitable franchising can be in terms of long term career plans after leaving military service.
Additionally, video interviews and case studies concerning franchise operators and owners across the nation are available, focusing on the practices of franchisors and the experiences of franchisees that benefit from veteran incentive programs. One example can be found here, concerning Little Caesar’s role in promoting access for veterans in their franchise system.
Educating oneself about the franchise industry is essential for all potential franchisees and yet this resource is especially designed with veterans in mind. The needs of veterans interested in starting a new career in franchising after leaving military service are expansive, and this online overview full of information provides the necessary data and tips to encourage veterans on their journey toward franchise operation. Franchise industry basics are explained and veterans are connected with agencies that hold a vested interest in their progress and well-being post-military service.