Recent years has seen a massive push towards empowering women into franchising. Since 2015 there has been a 20% increase of the number of female franchisees, with 2018 being the highest recorded figure so far of 30%.
The rise of female franchisees is well above the SME average, which is mainly down to the format of franchising. Franchising offers a level playing field for everyone; due to the training and support that comes part and parcel with franchising, no previous experience is usually required, creating opportunities for everyone.
This is popular with those who have held senior management positions and looking to re-enter the workforce after a lengthy period of absence such as women returning to work after having children.
There is no such thing as franchises for women as women have the skills and capabilities to run any franchise. Like with any choice in franchising, it is down to which type of franchise they could see themselves working in, how much money they have to invest and finding a franchise that matches their expectations.
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