Franchising.net.au:

Education research and consulting firm, Corven, has conducted a study to determine the effectiveness of pre-entry education for potential franchisees, and it found that more work needs to be done.

“The temptation to dumb down franchise education is evident and there is a misdirected notion that there is only a certain amount of knowledge that franchisees need to learn,” said Julia Camm, franchise education specialist.

“Our study clearly shows that franchisees are encouraged to take up education to ensure they armour and protect themselves before entering a franchise… but they are not learning everything they need to make a highly informed decision.”

About the study
Corven 2011 Insight Program research, Placebo or Panacea: Is franchisee pr-entry education the panacea for greater informed decision-making or is it a placebo, with no accountable learning outcomes? discovered that pre-entry franchise education is important but it is one part of the total solution for greater informed decision making by prospective franchisees. Read more.

 

Originally posted by Cris Zimermann on June 14, 2011 in Franchise Site.

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