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What does our Franchise Initiative Look like? 

We will be posting opportunities here that have been preliminarily vetted. We will be providing educational materials that will talk about the pros and cons of setting up your own franchise. We also can provide support to coach you through the process. 


Keep up with the latest about franchises

by sending us your information below

Links to Franchise Opportunities: 

Here are just a few ideas to get you thinking. They range in investment cost, and potential income. MAEDC is unaffiliated with the organizations linked below. 

Merry Maids:: Link to franchise info

Papa Murphy’s:: Link to franchise info

Fazoli’s::  Link to franchise info

Decorating Den::  Link to franchise info

Cartridge World:: Link to franchise info

Batteries Plus:: Link to franchise info

Baskin Robbins:: Link to franchise info

Beef O’Brady’s:: Link to franchise info

Touching Hearts at Home:: Link to franchise info

Visiting Angels:: Link to franchise info

The Maids:: Link to franchise info

Aire Serve:: Link to franchise info

Links to Franchise Listing Sites: 

If you can imagine a type of business there is a franchise that brings that idea to life. Here are some sites that list franchise opportunities by type.

Franchise Direct 

Franchise Business Review

Why this Initiative?  Small Business Drives Economic Growth: 

According to JPMorgan Chase & Co small businesses account for 45% of our economy, 48% of all employees work for small businesses, and small businesses accounted for over half of the job creation in 2014. 88% of employer firms have fewer than 20 employees. Bottom line we want this kind of growth in our region. While we at the EDC are constantly working to draw large businesses into our region, ignoring this sector of business growth would be like ignoring 50% of our potential growth. What is more, our homegrown businesses become very loyal local employers, rooted in our region. MAEDC sees this as a great win for our region’s economy.

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