Supporting Strategies Named to Franchise Business Review’s 2021 Culture100 List
Independent Research Identified Supporting Strategies as One of the Top 100 Franchise Brands with the Best Culture Based on Surveys of Over 25,000 Franchise Owners
Beverly, MA – Supporting Strategies was recently named to Franchise Business Review’s second annual “Culture100” list. The list recognizes the top 100 franchise brands in a 2021 report on the Best Franchise Cultures.
Supporting Strategies is an outsourced bookkeeping and controller services provider that enables business owners to focus on what is most important – growing revenue. Supporting Strategies has developed a proven, scalable business model with highly automated systems and processes to deliver efficient value-priced services. With a low overhead and variable cost delivery model, franchisees realize closely matched costs to revenue.
Franchise Business Review, a franchise market research firm that performs independent surveys of franchisee satisfaction, provides the only rankings 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 Franchises, as well as in special interest reports throughout the year that identify the top franchises in specific sectors.
Supporting Strategies was among 224 franchise brands, representing nearly 25,000 franchise owners, that participated in Franchise Business Review’s research on the best franchise cultures. Franchisees were surveyed on 33 benchmark questions about their experience and satisfaction regarding critical areas of their franchise systems. The brands that were selected received the highest overall ratings based on 12 questions specifically focused on leadership, core values, whether they enjoy being part of the organization, and would they recommend their franchise to others.
“The impact of the pandemic this past year on small businesses has put the spotlight on franchise culture more than ever,” said Michelle Rowan, President and COO of Franchise Business Review. “Our research into hundreds of brands really shows which ones held up the best when rated by their franchise owners. The franchise companies that have the honor of being named to our Culture100 list are clearly among the best of the best franchise opportunities.”
Supporting Strategies’ survey data showed strong results in the following areas:
- Overall franchisee satisfaction
- Team culture and leadership
- Core values as a company
- Franchise community support
“We’re very pleased to be named to the Culture100 list for the second year in a row. Culture is important to our success at Supporting Strategies. The culture we build allows our team members to do their best work in supporting our clients,” said Leslie Jorgensen, Supporting Strategies Founder & CEO.
Visit FranchiseBusinessReview.com to see the full list of the 2021 Best Franchise Cultures.
About Supporting Strategies
Supporting Strategies provides outsourced bookkeeping services, controller services and operational support to growing businesses. Since 2004, our locally owned and operated offices have served thousands of companies, helping business leaders free up their time, focus on their core competency 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 visit www.FranchiseBusinessReview.com
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