The World’s Largest Peer-To-Peer Support And Business Advisory Franchise Is Now Recruiting
The Alternative Board (TAB) offer franchisees the opportunity to run an interesting and rewarding business where they can decide when to work and when to play.
TAB was born out of Allen Fishman’s dissatisfaction with his board of directors in how little support they offered him throughout his career as a small business owner. Fishman went on to found TAB’s first business advisory board in 1990 in Missouri, US and it has since become the world’s largest peer-to-peer support and business advisory franchise. With more than 250 franchises around the world, TAB now operates business advisory boards in over 11 countries and has helped more than 15,000 business owners improve their businesses and the quality of their lives.
The Alternative Board has become an international network through franchising and is currently operated as a master franchise in the UK with headquarters in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Trading in the UK since 2009, TAB has more than 30 franchise partners, with numbers expected to rise to 75. One TAB franchisee said: “My TAB business provides a consistent predictable income stream and has given me a client base to develop my consultancy services.”
TAB’s unique peer-to-peer support and business advisory franchise business model is designed to help franchisees get their businesses up and running with a strong marketing programme that can help generate six figure incomes and the flexibility to build a customized business. TAB has two types of franchisees, those who have built successful businesses with substantial capital and others who are practitioners running their own TAB businesses alongside their consultancy/advisory specialism.
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