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The Entrepreneur’s Source Accelerates U.S. Expansion

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The Entrepreneur’s Source Accelerates U.S. Expansion

Founder and CEO Terry Powell Leads The Entrepreneur’s Source into Profound Growth Phase

SOUTHBURY, Conn. – The Entrepreneur’s Source, the world’s largest franchise coaching organization renowned for its ability to help individuals achieve their income, lifestyle, wealth and equity goals, announced today an extensive franchise growth plan to expand its U.S. presence by 15 percent in 2015.

Building on the momentum achieved in the past 12 months, 2014 serves as a launching pad with considerable momentum behind it. Corporate growth plans call for adding nearly 20 new franchise offices in the coming year.

“I couldn’t be more excited about where The Entrepreneur’s Source is headed. The growth we are projecting in 2015 is tremendous,” said Terry Powell, founder and CEO of The Entrepreneur’s Source. “We are attracting individuals from a diverse set of backgrounds. This is truly a franchise opportunity for individuals to leverage their professional skills to help others achieve their dreams.”

The Entrepreneur’s Source has built a reputation for helping thousands of people achieve self-sufficiency through business ownership. The brand’s education-based method of franchise and business coaching guides aspiring entrepreneurs through the discovery process to create a smooth career transition. With nearly 250 franchise partners based coast-to-coast in major cities around the world, The Entrepreneur’s Source has contributed more than $400 million in client investment dollars since its launch three decades ago.

“Considering 75 percent of the U.S. adult population is looking to be self sufficient and only 5 percent are taking action, the demand for business coaching has never been greater,” added Powell. “Aspiring entrepreneurs need a trusted partner – an alternative career coach that can provide the education, discovery and awareness needed to launch and grow a business, and that is where The Entrepreneur’s Source is making its mark.”

Founded in 1984, The Entrepreneur’s Source is the vision of renowned business and franchising expert Terry Powell. Widely considered the founder of the business coaching profession, Powell launched The Entrepreneur’s Source following a successful career in business brokerage. In an effort to create value for those who were not ready, willing and able to invest in a business, Powell launched the education and discovery based consulting company for “seekers” who were looking for a safe place to explore business ownership opportunities. A one-source resource for all things entrepreneurial, Powell began franchising the concept 10 years later.

The Entrepeneur’s Source is a subsidiary of FranchiseSource Brands International, a network of synergistic franchise brands, specializing in franchise, business and marketing coaching, as well as expense reduction. The Entrepreneur’s Source is the first of the companies’ eight brands, which include AdviCoach, Zor Source, among others.

Complete with marketing, training and ongoing support including proprietary, state-of-the-art technology systems to boost business efficiency and operations, the model has been cultivated to attract individuals or teams with an ambition to succeed. Offering both single and multi-unit franchise opportunities, The Entrepreneur’s Source franchise investment is under $75,000.

“We are seeking to connect with motivated entrepreneurs that are looking for greater work-life balance, flexibility and a lifestyle that affords increased earning potential and freedom,” explains Tamara Loring, brand lead for The Entrepreneur’s Source. “What is key is that they want to take control of their career and invest in a proven formula that will help them achieve the income, lifestyle, wealth and equity that they desire. And we’re with them every step of the way.”

Through the brand’s national lead system, franchisees are able to live anywhere, eliminating the restrictions associated with a territorial system. The home-based business model delivers low start-up costs and high gross margins, which can range between 35 to 45 percent. 

For more information about The Entrepreneur’s Source, visit http://www.entrepreneurssource.com/. For more information about available franchise opportunities visit: http://www.theentrepreneurssource.com/franchise/.

About The Entrepreneur’s Source

Founded in 1984, The Entrepreneur’s Source (TES) is a subsidiary of FranchiseSource Brands International, a multi-brand franchisor specializing in business and franchise coaching. A one source resource for all things entrepreneurial, The Entrepreneur’s Source is a global business coaching and advisory franchise with nearly 200 coaches based around the world. The brand’s discovery-based approach to business coaching provides aspiring entrepreneur’s with the information and education needed to achieve the income, lifestyle, wealth and equity that they desire.

For more information about The Entrepreneur’s Source services, please visit http://www.entrepreneurssource.com/. To inquire about franchise opportunities, visit http://www.theentrepreneurssource.com/franchise/.

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