Anyone who is familiar with the UnFranchise® Business has heard the phrase “business building.” So what’s the difference in starting a business and building a business? If you’re an UnFranchise Owner, a whole lot!
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, most failures of American startups will occur in the first two years of their existence. As a startup company, you’re basically on your own—pinching your hard-earned pennies, managing your own books and stressing over every minute detail. Sounds fun, right? So, let’s say you do start your own business and have some success in the first year or two. The Small Business Administration suggests that you have a 50 percent chance of success in your business. The option of building a business is probably looking pretty good about now.
Building a business with the UnFranchise System means that the legwork has been done for you. There are a plethora of business-building tools and guides to get you started and help grow your business—Flip Chart, Getting Started Guide, PowerPoint presentations, audios, Powerline magazine and events. What’s more, Market America has more than 20 years of success with helping entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. And now, with SHOP.COM, UnFranchise Owners have a shopping site with state-of-the-art technology to back their respective businesses. A website like SHOP.COM would be financially out of reach for a startup business.
When you build an UnFranchise Business, you’re never alone. Unlike a startup business where you might be by yourself, the UnFranchise System was built on a foundation of teamwork. If you need help, there is always a mentor to help you guide—not to mention JR and Loren’s respective blogs, which are full of tips and advice, as well as the ma blog.
Being an entrepreneur can mean time and financial freedom, but it can also mean stress and even bankruptcy if you’re not careful. If you’d like to discover the perks of being an entrepreneur—without the headache—consider the UnFranchise Business.