The University’s Titus Center for Franchising announced this year’s bootcamps aimed at igniting growth for emerging and mature franchise concepts.
The Titus Center will host the MarkOps Franchise Bootcamp at the University Jan. 28-29. Marketing and operations practitioners will have networking opportunities with leaders who will share their expertise in building, guiding, and improving franchise networks domestically and internationally.
The center will host its second annual Selling Franchises Bootcamp Feb. 18-19 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. Experienced franchise development professionals will share best practices in franchise sales, including how they generate qualified leads, track and develop relationships with those leads and ultimately sell franchises worldwide. Participants will prepare their own Franchise Sales Action Plan during the event.
Each bootcamp will offer Certified Franchise Executive candidates 300 credits.
The bootcamps are intensive, two-day events focused on teaching the latest strategies to help marketing, operations and franchise sales professionals drive growth, said Dr. John P. Hayes, director of the Titus Center for Franchising.
“The Titus Center is committed to engaging, educating, and inspiring current and future franchise leaders,” Hayes said. “We’re thrilled to offer these unique bootcamps to franchise executives from both emerging and mature brands.”
Photo: Titus Center for Franchising Director Dr. John P. Hayes speaks at an event. The Titus Center will host the MarkOps Franchise Bootcamp in January and the Selling Franchises Bootcamps in February.