Why Franchise With FPC?
Being the owner of a business can have great rewards -- personally, professionally and financially. It also has challenges. As the owner of an FPC franchise you have the opportunity to achieve the rewards, while removing a great deal of risk from the equation.
Choosing FPC ownership creates a positive and productive transition from corporate years to retirement, while establishing a valuable business asset that can be sold or passed along to the next generation. And compared with other franchise opportunities, the cost is low. Following is FPC recruiting network franchise information to help you consider this as a choice.
FPC has been franchising since 1973 and has a documented track record of helping new franchise owners to succeed. The FPC name is well-known and highly respected by the top companies and talent in the nation. In fact, many of our owners came from Fortune 500 corporations and now handle key searches for their former employers.
The key to FPC’s record of success is that we give you all of the training and support you need to set up and run your business, hire and train your staff and get all of the basics accomplished. And we’re there for you for the long haul -- whenever you need us. Other than that, we get out of your way. You are free to manage your time and your office – including developing policies and procedures – in the ways that work best for you.
Our owners find that having operational freedom within a proven system – coupled with support from the national office and the owners’ network as needed -- helps them to meet the daily challenges of running a profitable business.
The pages in this section will tell you more about FPC and why becoming an FPC executive recruiting franchise owner is a sound career move!
Established franchises like FPC, which has been franchising since 1973, have a recognized brand identity and value. When you contact a potential client or candidate, you’re a known entity – from the day you open your office.
A top franchise organization understands the business, the marketplace and what it takes for owners to succeed. Winning processes and best practices have been developed into a proven system. Just follow the plan and reap the rewards.
Training and Support
The franchise organization will train you how to use its system effectively and offer fine points of running a business. In the case of FPC, we teach our owners the art of recruiting, as well as how to hire employees (we train them, too) and set up their offices. Training and day-to-day support continue for the life of the franchise.
Franchise owners comprise a buying group, enabling the corporate office to negotiate better prices on an array of items, from office systems to software, than individual owners could arrange on their own.
Ability to Create your Own Environment
Your office is your own and following the franchise system will help you to succeed. But as an FPC owner, you’re free to establish your own work environment, policies and procedures. We’re there for you if you need us, but it’s your business to operate as you see fit.
Franchise companies generally hold periodic conferences where owners can meet and learn from one another, as well as from industry experts. In the FPC network, owners are in contact with each other regularly to give and get advice and share leads and job assignments. (Link to 2011 and 2012 conference videos)
UNLIMITED EARNING POTENTIAL
Although we’ve saved this point for last, it’s one of the chief motivators for owning a franchise. The more employees you hire and train well, the more you earn. Some entrepreneurial FPC owners expand their territories and open multiple offices. Your vision and ambition will get you as far as you want to go.
Perhaps FPC has the right opportunity for you. Experience in executive recruiting is not necessary. As an industry leader, we’ll teach you the proven, time-tested techniques necessary for success and get you off to a quick start.
If recruiting sounds like the job for you, contact FPC National to learn more about executive recruiter jobs or executive search franchising.