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Supporting Strategies Named a Top 50 Franchise for Women by Franchise Business Review for the Fourth Year

This originally appeared on supportingstartegiesfranchise.com

Independent Survey Shows Female Franchise Owners Are Highly Satisfied with Supporting Strategies’ Performance 

FBR_Women-2020_300Beverly, MA – Supporting Strategies was recently named a top franchise by Franchise Business Review in its 2020 Top Franchises for Women Report. This is Supporting Strategies fourth year in a row being named to the list. 

Supporting Strategies provides outsourced bookkeeping services, controller services and operational support to growing businesses. This allows business leaders to focus on their core competency while Supporting Strategies acts as an extension of the team. For over 15 years, Supporting Strategies' locally owned and operated offices have served thousands of companies, helping them free up their time and streamline their business. With a low overhead and variable cost delivery model, franchisees are able to closely match costs to revenues. 

Franchise Business Reviewa franchise market research firm that performs independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction, provides the only rankings of franchises based solely on actual franchisee satisfaction and performance. Franchise Business Review publishes its rankings of top franchises in its annual Guide to Today’s Top Franchisesas well as in quarterly reports throughout the year that rank the top franchises in specific sectors.

Supporting Strategies was among 307 franchise brands, representing nearly 7,700 female franchise owners, that participated in Franchise Business Review’s research on the Top Franchises for Women. Supporting Strategies’ franchisees were surveyed on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems, including leadership, training & support, financial opportunity, and work/life balance 

“The franchise industry provides many options to women seeking business ownership on a full- or part-time basis in multiple sectors,” says Michelle Rowan, President and COO of Franchise Business Review. “The number of franchise opportunities can be overwhelming, so it’s critical to examine feedback from other female franchise owners on how well the franchise meets their expectations in terms of support, work/life balance, financial opportunity, and other key areas of business ownership. The brands on this year’s list are all excellent options for women looking to make the transition to owning and operating their own business. 

Supporting Strategies’ survey data showed the following:  

  • Once again, on average, Supporting Strategies received a “very good” rating from its franchisees.
  • Franchisees gave Supporting Strategies an “excellent” rating for the category “core values as a company”. 
  • Franchisees gave a rating of “very good” for Franchise Community support.  
  • 72% of the franchisees rated Supporting Strategies as providing a work/life balance of “balanced” or “very balanced”. 

"Supporting Strategies is very honored to be named for the fourth year in a row to the Top Franchises for Women list in 2020Being named to this list reflects our dedication to offering entrepreneurial opportunities for all, particularly women. We are pleased our franchisees noted they are happy with the core values we represent, the support we offer them and can achieve work/life balance through this opportunity,” said Leslie Jorgensen, Supporting Strategies Founder & CEO. 

Visit FranchiseBusinessReview.com to see the full list of 2020 Top Franchises. 

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About Supporting Strategies 
Supporting Strategies provides outsourced bookkeeping services, controller services and operational support to growing businesses. This allows business leaders to focus on their core competency while we act as an extension of their team. For over 15 years, Supporting Strategies' locally owned and operated offices have served thousands of companies, helping them free up their time and streamline their business. Our experienced, U.S.-based professionals use secure, best-of-breed technology and a proven process to deliver a full suite of services, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, bookkeeping, financial analysis, payroll administration and more. For more information, please visit supportingstrategies.com. 

About Franchise Business Review 
Franchise Business Review (FBR) is a leading market research firm serving the franchise sector. FBR measures satisfaction and engagement of franchisees and publishes various guides and reports for entrepreneurs considering an investment in a franchise business. Since 2005, FBR has surveyed hundreds of thousands of franchise owners and over 1,100 leading franchise companies. To read our publications, visit https://franchisebusinessreview.com/page/publications/To learn more about FBR’s research, please visitwww.FranchiseBusinessReview.com 

 

Media Contacts: 

Supporting Strategies 
Erica Mitchell 
Director of Marketing 
(617) 831-1404 
emitchell@supportingstrategies.com   

Franchise Business Review 
Ali Forman 
Marketing Director 
603.319.4818 
aforman@franchisebusinessreview.com 

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