Franchise Consultants help you build or expand your business into a successful and profitable franchise system.
While you don’t need formal qualifications to become a Franchise Consultant, they can be helpful to credentialise your expertise to new clients.
A Bachelor of Business may be an advantage when looking to become a Business Consultant.
Alternatively, you could also consider closely related degrees, such as a Bachelor of Business (Management) or a Bachelor of Information Technology, to gain knowledge of the industry in which you’d like to specialise as a Franchise Consultant.
Consider completing a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Entry requirements vary from college to college, but generally you’ll need to have completed an undergraduate degree and have significant work experience.
- Problem Solver
- Team Player
- Business Study & Management
- System Development & Documents
- Operations & Procedures
- Performance & Review Evaluation