Superior Food Safety (SFS) has created a new franchise model for Food Safety and Quality (FSQA) professionals seeking a successful business model that does not need to be created from scratch. SFS will be premiering this new concept at the Food Safety Summit in Rosemont, Illinois, from May 9–11, 2023.
With the rise in consumer awareness of food safety and increased regulation at the state, federal, and international levels, the need for food safety consultants is higher than ever. SFS has created a franchise model that will allow food safety professionals to start and successfully run a food safety consultancy without the pain and hassle of having to develop a business model.
According to SFS, franchises are 70 percent more likely to survive and be successful than independent businesses. This is simply because the business model is already tested and proven. The SFS franchise program applies the franchise business model and integrates FSQA consulting, outsourced support, training, and auditing services.
The franchise program is designed for food safety professionals looking for financial independence and the flexibility that comes with being a business owner. Owners can set their own salaries, decide their own hours, and have pride in the business they have created. The franchise program may also be a fit for those who have already started their solo businesses but find themselves overwhelmed with everything that goes into a successful consultancy, like marketing, bookkeeping, and business structure.
The SFS-proven food safety consulting franchise business model gives business owners the tools to get their consulting business up and running quickly and efficiently, so they can concentrate on what matters most—growing a client base and fulfilling their passion.
Superior Food Safety: www.superiorfoodsafety.com