Having John Francis at your next franchise event will be a game-changer!
In most franchise circles, John Francis needs no introduction. It’s very possible he’s spoken at a franchise convention or meeting you’ve attended or planned, served on a franchisor board or industry committee you are familiar with — OR maybe you’ve just been lucky enough to spend some time with John at a franchise industry event.
When John approached us here at SPEAK! to talk about his passion for helping franchisees Maximize the Potential of Their Franchise Businesses, we were absolutely delighted to help him make his entrance into the world of speaking professionally. John is a consummate pro and an extraordinary resource to all of us in franchising. Here’s what a recent client had to say:
“John is a true professional in every sense. He served as our Keynote Speaker at Seva’s President’s Cabinet Conference in April of 2015. Not only did our Franchise Partners remain engaged by his message throughout the meeting, but they also liked him as a person and enjoyed getting to know him throughout the day. John also collaborated with me on the event for weeks in advance. He made sure that the message he delivered aligned with our company and its values.”
—Kari Comrov-Martinex, Sr. Director of Spa Operations, SEVA
John’s 25 years of franchise industry experience translates into first-hand knowledge—knowledge that will open the eyes of your franchisees to help them see what they don’t see and move them toward a future of deliberate growth. His relaxed style, combined with a no-nonsense, “tell it like it is” approach, makes it possible for him to deliver exceptional value while staying engaged with his audience.
John’s keynote fee is currently $5,000 plus travel expenses (he travels from St. Paul, MN). If you are interested in having John deliver his exceptional value to your franchisees, let’s talk!
P.S. Do you know how John got his heartfelt nickname, Johnny Franchise? Check out his video![vimeo id=”136847036″ align=”center” mode=”normal” autoplay=”no”]