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September 20: Business Types and Models that are Recession Resistant
Live Event (online)
FRANNET-Business Types and Models that are Recession Resistant
Date & Time: September 20, 2022, 1:00pm EDT
Cost: $0.00
Duration: 1 Hour Language: English Register Now
About the event

Is this the right time to consider starting a business? With a possible economic downturn on the horizon, it might depend on the type of business you want to start.

In this webinar, CEO of Frannet Jania Bailey, will look at past recessions and break down the different business types and models that survived and are considered ‘recession-resistant.’

You will learn:

  • What business trends did we see in past recessions
  • What business concepts, types, and models that thrive during economic downturns
  • Three key takeaways for your business
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FranNet

FranNet

FranNet assists individuals with the entire franchise process – from franchising an existing business to purchasing or selling a franchise. FranNet is committed to providing continuous marketing, business and operational support so that they may be looked upon as the most knowledgeable, professional and successful franchise consultants in the industry.

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About the presenters
Jania Bailey
Jania Bailey, CFE, is the CEO of FranNet, the most respected voice in the franchise consultant industry in North America. Bailey has more than 30 years of experience in the banking and franchise industries. Bailey served for 6 years on the Executive Board of Directors for the International Franchise Association (IFA) and currently serves as Chair of the IFA Membership Committee.
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