Religions and Spirituality

Program on Career Alternatives in Business Ownership through Franchising to Be Held

June 5, 2014 at 11:05 PM

LIVINGSTON, NJ - On Tuesday, June 17, at 7:00 pm., the public is invited to attend a program by The Temple Beth Shalom (TBS) Career Networking Group and Men’s Club, in conjunction with Jewish Vocational Services of Greater MetroWest called, “Career Alternatives in Business Ownership through Franchising,” which is being presented by , who helps entrepreneurs, investors, and those in career transition explore franchise opportunities. TBS is located at 193 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue, in Livingston (enter through the parking lot at the rear of the building). All are welcome and admission is free, but seating is limited. To attend, R.S.V.P. to

Attendees are encouraged to bring business cards, name tag, and elevator pitches. There will be time for one-on-one networking. Dress is business casual. Light refreshments will be served.

“In times like these, business ownership has become an appealing career option for some aspiring entrepreneurs, investors, and career transitioners, etc.,” said Dunne. “The lure of independence, financial freedom, and heightened self-purpose has drawn the interest of many, particularly as the traditional job market recovery remains in question. The franchise industry continues to experience modest growth while attracting new and exciting concepts.”

In this workshop, individuals will learn about key considerations underlying business ownership, franchising opportunities, and whether they can be leveraged to help attain ones goals. The discussion, will bust the myths surrounding franchise ownership, highlight its security (as a regulated industry) and discuss its profile as a safe option.

Frank Dunne helps entrepreneurs, investors, and those in career transition explore franchise opportunities. He provides counsel on the benefits, costs, and risks of franchising—and helps navigate the maze of franchise concepts. Utilizing cutting-edge profiling, and 1:1 consultative processes, he helps match leading franchises that best fit each client’s goals, skills, and interests. Qualified clients receive coaching services at no cost, as all funding is provided by franchisors.

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