Sport Clips, the nation’s largest men and boys’ hair-care provider, ranked in the top 100 overall and top 50 in growth for the sixth straight year in the Entrepreneur Magazine “Franchise 500.” The ranking is determined by the company’s financial strength and stability, growth rate and size of the system, according to the publication, as well as the number of years a company has been in business and the length of time it’s been franchising.
Startup costs, litigation, percentage of terminations, and whether the company provides financing are also considerations.
Sport Clips also ranked in the top 50 of the recent Dun & Bradstreet’s (D&B) AllBusiness.com “2010 AllBusiness AllStars” with editors saying of the company, “…Sport Clips has fared well in the recession,” and “Sport Clips founder Gordon Logan established his business with franchising in mind.” This second annual ranking of the top 300 franchises was developed by AllBusiness.com editors based on franchise unit growth rate, financial strength, system size, years in business, years franchising, availability of financing, and Web (brand) visibility.
Sport Clips Continues Strong Ranking Among Top Franchises
January 11, 2010 by Cris | 0 Comments