How to Explain Food Court Franchising to Your Boss

It’s Time to Open Your Own Food Court Franchise

You’ve been with your current company for a while now, but you’ve just learned of the amazing opportunity to open your very own food court franchise with Great American Cookies. It’s time to move on, so how can you explain all of this to your boss? The task can be daunting, but with the following tips, you’ll be able to inform your boss, and let him down easy:

#1: Go slow

Your boss may be so out of touch with franchise lingo that he may need you to explain what a franchise is one step at a time. Explain the benefits of a food court franchise: the profits, the freedom, the security, and the sense of pride that comes from managing your own business.

#2: Be sensitive

As you explain all of the benefits and rewards of owning a food court franchise, you may notice your boss starting to turn a bright shade of envy green. Be courteous and don’t rub in the wonderful adventures that await you too much.

#3: Let him down easy

Once your boss begins to understand what a franchise is and the benefits of owning one, let him know you’ll be leaving to start one of your own! He’ll likely be sad to see you go, but reassure him that he won’t need to worry about you.

#4: Invite him to learn more

When he discovers this great opportunity you’ve taken advantage of, he’ll probably start asking you questions like, “What are the best food court franchises?” and “How can I get involved?” Invite him to visit the Great American Cookies website to check out one of our favorite franchises.

If you follow these tips, you’ll be moving on to greener pastures in no time. And your boss may be on his way to becoming a franchise owner himself.

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