Behind The Scenes with First-Time Franchisor, The Carpet Chemist

What does it take to franchise a business? If you own a successful business, you've probably thought that a time or two. Franchising is a great option, but it's not easy. Successful franchise models are systematized and replicable and it takes a lot of work to get a business to that point!

Today I sit down with Brandon Cerrito and Eric Anderson of The Carpet Chemist to dive deep into their first experience in franchising. We talk about the process of franchise development, the do's and don'ts of training franchisees, and when and why you should be picky as a franchisor when awarding new franchises.


If you're a new franchisor, an emerging brand, or thinking about franchising your business, this episode is for you! Take a listen and learn from someone who is right in the thick of the franchising process!


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Erik Van Horn is a franchising specialist, and expert in multi-unit, semi-absentee franchise business ownership. From entrepreneur to regional developer, and investor to consultant, Erik has worn many hats over the last two decades, which has provided him unique insight into complex aspects of the industry. If you're a franchisee, a franchisor, or one aspiring to be, subscribe to the Franchise Secrets channel and visit www.FranchiseSecrets.com for even more tactical and practical tools to help you buy, grow, and sell franchises like an expert.

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