What Does Owning an FPC Franchise Mean to You?

Meet FPC Owners

Meet Our Owners

FPC - It's All About the People

FPC was founded in 1959 and has been franchising since 1973 and has a documented track record of helping new franchise owners to succeed. 

  • Ranked by Forbes, Inc as Top 50 Executive Recruiting Firm
  • Franchise Business Review Top 50 Franchisee Satisfaction Award recipient
  • Ranked Top Franchise by Entrepreneur Magazine

Why Recruiting?

Why I Chose a Franchise

Meet the FPC Owners. Listen to why they chose to open an Executive Search Franchise.

  • Flexibility
  • Unlimited Earning Potential
  • Professional Freedom

 

 

 

The FPC Experience

Marketing & Camaraderie

The top reason that owning a franchise is such a popular path to career independence is that it lowers the risk of setting off on your own. We like to say that franchising is “owning your own business without being alone.” Following are some other factors that make buying a franchise an attractive choice:

  • Leveraging national marketing program
  • Camaraderie
  • Buying Power

Benefits of Ownership

Why I Chose FPC

Benefits of Ownership:

  • Building a legacy of long-term value
  • Ability to create your own environment

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Career Experience

It's All About You

Executive recruiting franchise ownership can leverage your past experience and contacts, giving you a head start to building your business. 

Within the broader sector, FPC offices recruit for more than 40 industries and 40 job functions and disciplines. This enables most of our owners to both leverage their career experience and expand into new areas of expertise. 

Training & Support

FPC National's Tools

FPC’s leadership and executive team are all experts and veterans of the recruiting industry. These factors contribute to highly effective training and support programs for owners and their recruiters. 

FPC provides:

  • Personalized support
  • Business expansion strategies
  • Brand recognition 

Recruiters Value

Future of Recruiting

There will always be the need for a human recruiter. While technology provides helpful tools in scanning resumes and scheduling interviews, it lacks the emotional intelligence to effectively communicate a company’s value proposition to candidates and establish human connections.

Recruiters:

  • Identify tough-to-find talent
  • Specialize in building relationships
  • Understands nuances of the changing job market

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