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Sanford Rose Associates Franchise Information
Sanford Rose Associates Franchise Start-Up Costs|
• Liquid Capital Required
• Yes, Via Third Party
The Growing Market For Executive Search
Today more than ever, companies need people - and they can't always find them on their own.
The combination of new job creation and high employee turnover has created a huge demand for highly qualified talent that cannot be met through such traditional means as promotion from within, employee referrals and advertising. With lean Human Resource staffs, companies increasingly outsource their recruiting needs.
SRA's executive search franchise offers the combination of low capital investment, potentially high return on investment, strong customer demand and utmost professionalism. It's both a business and a profession you can feel proud to be a part of.
Is Business Ownership Right For Me?
Although people enter the Sanford Rose Associates system for a variety of reasons, almost all of our current franchise owners had two desires in common:
Many had worked for companies where work and travel schedules increasingly interfered with their life at home...where constant changes in strategic direction wreaked havoc with workforce morale and productivity...and where personal performance was eclipsed by corporate politics. In order to get ahead, many also found the need to uproot their families and change jobs every several years.
- To create wealth for themselves
- To gain greater control of their lives.
If you are considering business ownership as an alternative to employment, you can truthfully answer "YES" to these brief questions:
Should I Join A Franchise System?
- Are you ready to be your own boss?
- Do your past accomplishments give you confidence that you can a build a business for yourself?
- Are you willing to invest a portion of your personal resources to make your dream come true?
- Do you have sufficient liquidity to cover financial needs while the business is getting started?
- Will other family members support your decision?
Starting a brand new business is often a trial-and-error process, with the owner trying to learn from each mistake before the business fails.
Franchising provides an alternative way to become a business owner by eliminating much of the trial and error.