Raleigh, NC, July 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Joe Stiles of The Entrepreneur’s Source in Raleigh, North Carolina, has assisted clients in establishing businesses in the Triangle area by matching potential business owners with franchise opportunities. Franchise businesses are expected to increase by 1.7% in 2014 according to the International Franchise Association’s (IFA) Franchise Business Economic Outlook for 2014.
For many people, the American dream is to become an entrepreneur, to be their own boss, and control their own destiny. The Entrepreneur’s Source client list is mostly composed of corporate employees, many from layoffs, as well as veterans who seek the opportunity to create their own destiny.
“Navigating through available franchise opportunities can be a challenging task,” says Stiles. “I help potential business owners to identify and match their strengths, skills, goals and budget with a franchise that is best suited to them. Often, I suggest franchise opportunities that may not have been considered without my assistance.”
As a business owner himself, Stiles relates to his client’s desire to become a business owner. “The Entrepreneur’s Source has enabled me to work independently while helping others reach their goals. I attribute much of my success to my Sandler Training and adopting their sales process of building client rapport and learning to ask the right questions. It’s critical that I identify the potential franchisee’s pain or need, what they hope to achieve and their dedication to owning a business. If I uncover they’re not committed to success, becoming a franchise owner may not be the best avenue for them to take.”
Once a franchise has been established, Stiles offers franchise business coaching services to improve sales, efficiency and profits. He also works with companies wanting to franchise their business.
“For anyone exploring franchising, I recommend that you speak with a franchise consultant,” states Stiles. “The Entrepreneur’s Source does not charge client fees for initial franchise services. My compensation comes from the franchised companies when a contract is signed. Seeking professional advice is time well spent before jumping into a franchise.”
Contact Joe Stiles, The Entrepreneur’s Source, at: 1-888-777-6591; www.TheEsource.com/jstiles & www.entrepreneurssource.com/jstiles