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reducing cost increasing profit

 
#1 reducing cost increasing profit
25/10/2001 00:00

rsd

Does anyone have info on cost reduction and profit improvement consultants? What about the franchise ERA are they any good?

Please tell me the worst.....

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#2 Re: reducing cost increasing profit
30/10/2001 00:00

Anthony

Hi! I met with Auditel, who are also a franchise and I believe related to ERA, a couple of years back. Seemed very professional and the service offering would certainly sell well during a downturn. I think the general rule with franchises is to ask for a list of all franchisees contact details and then call a couple at random so you get a real rather than fabricated view of what it would be like to be a part of the team.... Hope that helps

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#3 Re: reducing cost increasing profit
09/11/2001 00:00

Ian Tomisson

Frankly if you are good enough you should not need to pay out franchise fees, which are unlikely to be cheap. There are a number of profit/performance improvement consultancies around but very few actually doing much active recruitment at the moment. On the other hand, you should consider setting up on your own. You will probably find that as part of a franchise you have to sell and do your own work anyway. So why firstly pay for the privilege through the franchise fee and secondly give some of it away when you could keep it all yourself. If you feel you need the "cosiness" or comfort of being part of an organisation, you need to way up very carefully the benefits you will gain from being part of a franchise . Remember the vast majority of franchises benefit the franchisors far more than they truly benfit the franchisees.

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#4 Re: reducing cost increasing profit
16/11/2001 00:00

Sridhar

Hi,

I may be able to help you. Please contact me on 02072336070.

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#5 Is that really you?
30/01/2002 00:00

Trevor Atkinson

Ian,of one time DLA, paintball and management consultancy services???

I do hope that it is in fact the one and the same person.

As for me, I am still a missionary, but now for the Catholic Church and based in Melbourne, teaching advertising, marketing and PR at Victoria University on a part-time basis.

Before I waffle on I better check that it is in fact you! Do hope you, if it is you, are well and that the world is treating you well.

Look forward to hearing from you soon

kind regards

Trevor

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