Sit Means Sit made the top 50 list for top franchise businesses by the Franchise Business Review.
The overall franchise landscape is a very different place than it was five years
ago. Thankfully, it’s also a different place than it was three years ago when the economy went bottom’s up. Entrepreneurs are cautiously looking for business opportunities again, lenders are slowly opening their wallets, and franchise companies are finding new and creative ways to make franchise ownership more accessible.
One might think that, in the midst of a recession, franchisee satisfaction would naturally go down, but that’s not what we’ve found in compiling this year’s Guide to Today’s Top Franchises. Overall satisfaction is actually up—8 percent compared with past years—and satisfaction with financial performance is up 7 percent, a significant increase year-over-year…