Ed Teixeira, founder and president of FranchiseKnowHow, is the featured speaker for the upcoming New England Franchise Association (NEFA) event on Tuesday, January 18th, reception beginning at 5:30 p.m., at Four Points Sheraton, 1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike. Route 1 Norwood, MA.
Ed Teixeira is the founder and President of FranchiseKnowHow, LLC a franchise-consulting firm. Ed has worked in the franchise industry for thirty years. He has served as a corporate executive for firms in the retail, manufacturing, healthcare and technology industries.
Teixeira is the author of Franchising From The Inside Out. His articles and interviews have appeared in numerous publications and media.
FranchiseKnowHow provides information and resources to help franchisee and franchisor grow their businesses.
“Franchising, like all channels, continues to evolve and change,” noted Teixeira. He added, “We help franchisors and franchisees accept and embrace that challenge with information and techniques to succeed in today’s shifting marketplace.”
The evening includes a cocktail and networking session beginning at 5:30 p.m., dinner at 7:00 p.m., and then the presentation from Teixeira. The entire business community is urged to attend. Membership in the NEFA is NOT required. Reservations are required. Registration Fee is $60 per person and includes dinner. NEFA Members receive $10.00 off.
New England Franchise Association (NEFA) is the trade organization for franchisors and franchisees in the region, with over 150 members. The mission of NEFA is to bring franchise executives, franchisees and vendors together to share ideas for success.
Franchising more than ever before, has an unprecedented opportunity to make a major positive impact on the future New England economy. In a 2001-05 study conducted by PriceWaterhouseCoppers on behalf of the International Franchise Association (IFA) found that in New England over 875,000 jobs are a result of franchising, the total output is over 100 Billion dollars a year, and there are over 35,000 franchise establishments in the six New England States.