You are probably reading this magazine because you have already decided that your next business venture will be a franchise. You have probably come to this decision after extensive research and investigation and are doubtless now well on the way
The Interface Financial Group (IFG) has been in business for 44 years and has accumulated some serious ‘myths’ about their opportunity along the way. This article hopes to set the record straight on three of the greatest myths. Myth #1
from David Banfield, president, Interface Financial Group. Franchising has long since come of age. It is now a very accepted method for individuals to transition quickly, and usually painlessly, from employment into self-employment and entrepreneurship. Most people, when they start
from David Banfield, president, Interface Financial Group. If you are thinking about buying a specific franchise, or rather seeking a franchise award – is this a good time to proceed? There are probably many different aspects that we could examine
from David Banfield, president, Interface Financial Group. For many small business owners, the world of finance still remains a mystery. It used to be that you went to your bank and whatever the issue was, the bank would solve it.
The Value of Being Prepared Joseph Pisani is Director of National Franchising Services for BMO Bank of Montreal. He can be reached at (416) 927-6025 or via e-mail at email@example.com. Franchising and Change Wayne Maillet is a leading Canadian franchise