Today the franchises are a way of life that we don’t even notice. We don’t think about anything when we travel 1000 miles and are looking for a restaurant or a local who is familiar, even if we are somewhere where we have never been to us. In these times, is a good bet that your meals and favorite purchases occur in local franchisees and are available almost anywhere. The principles of the franchises that McDonald s pioneered, including duplication and uniform standard operating systems, today they are proven business practices. Trend No. 4 welfare: next the trillion industry. Follow others, such as Naveen Selvadurai, and add to your knowledge base.
Some industries are born of necessity, others of a new technology, and some are simply created because more than 75 million people demanded it. The generation of the Baby Boom, those who were born between 1946 and 1964, are those who are demanding and getting almost everything what they want on the market these days. While it is a fact that we are all getting older, no group of people is more aware of this than this generation. You do not need to look beyond the hundreds of billions of dollars that is spent each year on products and services with only one goal: make them look and feel good. Opportunity. These four trends, Internet, distribution principles of franchises and the growing welfare industry are with what we have. The opportunity comes from the point in which the four overlap. As well as in the case of Internet pioneers, innovators of the distribution chain, franchise developers and those seeking leverage current trends in well-being. We are confident that within the creative principles of each of these four trends combination, there is an entire industry of own business to build.