While we try to make it as clear and easy as possible, franchising is a complex process. There’s a lot of information to consider, and new industry news coming out every day. Before making the big investment in an accounting franchise — and the even bigger career leap — you want to be fully informed about the industry and the demands of running a franchise. This is why we’ve put a lot of time into developing resources to educate potential franchisees. Our regularly updated bookkeeping and operational support materials, including our blog, extensive selection of webinars, comprehensive e-books, and helpful infographics, are designed to give you an idea of what to expect as a new franchisee.
It’s one thing to know what makes our industry so unique and profitable, but how do you know if you’re a good fit for Supporting Strategies, or a bookkeeping franchise in general? While prior experience in the bookkeeping industry is not required, our infographics will detail the experience and personality traits that make a good franchisee. Among these are good communication skills, organization, problem-solving ability, and a little technology know-how. If you do have prior experience in the bookkeeping industry, or working in finance, check out our infographics to learn how to translate these skills into success in the bookkeeping franchise industry.
Our e-books are comprehensive troves of information for prospective franchisees serious about learning the ins and outs of Supporting Strategies. Our industry relies heavily on new technologies and efficient processes to stay current, and these days, staying current is more important than ever. The integration of industry-altering tech, like cloud bookkeeping, sets Supporting Strategies apart from bookkeepers mired in less efficient systems, and makes us a particularly rich franchising opportunity. Cloud bookkeeping stores all your information in a central, easily accessible remote space, saves information immediately, backs up data instantly, makes the process cleaner and neater, and helps clients avoid mountains of paperwork — and it’s an integral part of the Supporting Strategies business model.