September 15, 2020
Did you know there are over 2.52 million businesses that are owned by veterans? It’s an astonishing number. However, if you take a closer look, it shouldn’t come as a surprise.
Veterans who become business owners already possess some of the most important qualities you need to achieve long-term stability in business. That’s why the team at Image One offers a franchise opportunity for veterans who might want to investment in themselves instead of returning to the corporate world. If you’re a veteran, we want to help you with your transition back into civilian life, so let’s go over a few of the reasons why we’re calling on veterans to join the Image One family.
Quick Learners Willing to Follow a System
At Image One, we strongly believe in the system that we’ve put in place — it’s helped our franchisees adopt the lifestyle they’ve searched for, with far greater financial freedom. One of the top traits we look for in a franchise candidate is someone who is willing to take our game plan and execute accordingly. Veterans understand that in order to achieve big picture goals, everyone plays a role, which is why we stay involved in our franchisees’ work from start to finish. Our training program takes our franchisees through each area of business ownership they need to know about, and our support is unwavering. Our franchise opportunity for veterans is perfect for an individual who is willing to learn and follow a system in order to achieve the best results for a greater good.
Organization and Delegation
Veterans understand the importance of organizing all the details first, then taking on an operation as a unit. In order to execute, you have to prepare ahead of time. Veterans are detail-oriented and have time-management capabilities that make them the perfect fit for our veteran-friendly franchise.
As a business owner, two of the most important responsibilities you have are understanding your employees’ roles, then delegating tasks based on skill and relevancy. Image One franchisees are responsible for hiring a qualified team of employees. It’s incredibly important to find the right person for each role, as well as people who are able to get work done when it’s delegated to them. Veterans excel in assessing an individual’s character and should have no problem putting together a team that can get the job done.
Having the ability to understand and evaluate difficult situations is incredibly important — it’s an aspect of business management that can make or break some people. Owning a business can get stressful, but veterans experience extreme training and circumstances that might push others to the limits of what they’re able to handle. Veterans understand the importance of managing their emotions and can anticipate that stress sometimes gets in the way of accomplishing a mission.
Would you like to know more about our franchise opportunity for veterans? Get in touch with a member of our team today!