Millennials in Franchising

Thirty-three-year-old Véronique Levesque, a Molly Maid cleaning franchise owner in Ottawa, pro-vides tips like these not only to clients, but every other month on regular spots for the local CTV morning news. Not only does this initiative help get her recognized by existing clients and attract new ones, but the profile has likely had some impact on her rise to recognition as the franchise’s top growth leader in Canada for 2015, 2016, and 2017.

https://issuu.com/franchisecanada/docs/fc_so2019?fr=sNzA4MDc0Mjk

40 Years of Superior Residential Cleaning

The creation and continuous development of a successful market-leading brand takes an extraordinary level of foresight, ingenuity, passion, hard work and excellent business acumen. It’s exactly the type of success that has been achieved by MOLLY MAID Canada, which now has more than 80 franchisees across the country.

https://www.cbj.ca/molly-maid-canada-inc/

Families in Franchising

Franchising can be a very personal business model, so it’s no surprise that many franchisees find success partnering with family members. For all of the franchisees profiled here, pairing up with relatives has provided them with both personal and professional satisfaction.

https://www.cfa.ca/franchisecanada/families-in-franchising/

Honouring Franchise Excellence

Each year, the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) recognizes the achievements and efforts of franchises through the CFA Awards of Excellence, and for the first time this year, the CFA also honoured the achievements of exemplary franchisees.

https://www.cfa.ca/franchisecanada/honouring-franchisee-excellence/

Cleaning Up: Molly Maid Sudbury Earns High Praise in the Industry

Molly Maid Sudbury was recognized for its unique accomplishments and excellence in business performance, community service and brand involvement at the Canadian Franchise Association’s Awards Gala last week.

https://www.sudbury.com/local-news/cleaning-up-molly-maid-sudbury-earns-high-praise-in-the-industry-1394786