The Franchise Direct multimedia team has been really busy of late producing exciting new franchise videos.
We provided some info on a range of new franchise videos last week. Today, I’d like to draw your attention to a number of new ones. I think these are notable because these have all been produced in-house by Franchise Direct and feature direct interviews with important people within the franchise organization. These videos are a great resource for entrepreneurs looking for franchise information presented in a concise, televisual manner.
Candy Bouquet is one of the top franchise opportunities in the country. Started by Margaret McEntire in her own garage, the candy franchise has blossomed and received countless awards. Margaret is one of the most decorated entrepreneurs in franchising and she explains exactly how she has built Candy Bouquet into one of Ameica’s best franchises in this video interview.
It’s common knowledge that senior care franchises will be one of the biggest growth franchises in the coming decades, and as the market grows more competitive, it’s hard to know which franchise to invest in. IKOR, Inc is one of the better franchises in the industry and in this interview with Michelle Chirchirillo, their president Cynthia Gartman discusses the mechanics of the franchise.
Children’s franchises are on the rise and if you love working with kids, then you might be interested to learn more about JumpBunch. This is thriving fitness franchise based in Annapolis, Maryland. They give children fun and healthy fitness programs. Founder of the franchise Tom Bunchman joined Michelle and gave a pretty good idea about the direction he is taking the franchise in in the following video.
Finally, we’ve been noticing a huge spike in interest in barber shop franchises over the past few weeks. If you’re interesting opening a barber shop and are searching for a national brand, Sport Clips is a really exciting franchise concept. They’re the perfect franchise for today’s male. They provide an experience that transcends the simple haircut, as Gordon Logan explains in this interview with Michelle.