Investing in yourself is the best path to take when creating a career and future for yourself. With FPC, as an executive search franchise owner, we give you the support to boost your career in a business you love.
Executive Search is a respected professional consulting role that helps companies identify and retain top-quality management professionals. In 2018, executive search was a $20+ billion industry and growing.
Being the owner of a business can have great rewards -- personally, professionally and financially. It also has challenges. As the owner of an FPC franchise you have the opportunity to achieve the rewards, while removing a great deal of risk from the equation. The key to FPC’s record of success is that we give you all of the training and support you need to set up and run your business, hire and train your staff and get all of the basics accomplished. And we’re there for you for the long haul -- whenever you need us. Other than that, we get out of your way. You are free to manage your time and your office – including developing policies and procedures – in the ways that work best for you.
FPC was founded in 1959 and has been franchising since 1973 and has a documented track record of helping new franchise owners to succeed.
FPC’s leadership and executive team are all experts and veterans of the recruiting industry. These factors contribute to highly effective training and support programs for owners and their recruiters.
Licensing support and lease negotiations as well as advice on selection of insurance policies, office space, telephone systems, office supplies, equipment and furniture are all included.
Executive Search is a respected professional consulting role that helps companies identify and retain top-quality management professionals. In 2018, executive search was a $20+ billion industry and growing. Outlook Index = 8 (Growth)
The majority of owners have generally worked in the corporate world for a number of years. They have held mid- and high-level positions, and have been responsible for major business decisions.
When contacting FPC, they find themselves at a career crossroads. They have established a consistent record of success, but may now be tired of the bureaucracy of corporate life, or the results of downsizing, or too much travel, or the lack of income growth and leadership potential. New franchise owners have the support and encouragement of their families. They are goal oriented, possess positive attitudes and strong work ethics. They are also excited about joining a supportive and encouraging network of colleagues.