When you think of franchise ownership, white collar franchises aren’t typically the first opportunities that spring to mind with most franchise seekers. Given fast food’s bricks and mortar street presence and large marketing budgets, investors tend to think of fast food franchises first. Many aren’t even aware that white collar franchises exist. For a variety of reasons however, white collar franchises are an excellent alternative on the franchise spectrum.
White collar franchises tend to operate on a business-to-business level. Given that the customers of white collar franchises are business owners or in employ of businesses, customers are typically educated and operate in the white collar sphere. From “business hours” to “make your own hours”, white collar franchises don’t necessary operate under specific office hours, though your typical “9 to 5” workday offers a good general guideline in principle.