Roles of A Franchisee - Soccer Shots Franchising
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Roles of A Franchisee

Take a look at what it takes to be the perfect Soccer Shots franchisee.

Franchisee ready for a session.There are two types of Soccer Shots owners – Owner/Operators and Executive Owners. Executive Owners typically focus on the vision and long term planning for the business, leaving the day-to-day operations to hired team members.

 

Successful Soccer Shots franchisees are:

  • Humble, hungry and smart
  • Multitaskers
  • Leaders/team builders
  • Growth-oriented
  • Interested in making a difference while making a living

 

Owner/Operators are typically hands-on with the business. They may hire a program coordinator and/or director, and typically hire several coaches. They perform day-to-day duties like:

  • Scheduling (classes, coaches)
  • Finance (accounting, payroll, budgeting)
  • HR functions
  • Selling
  • Marketing
  • Organizational management
  • Account management

 

Backgrounds of current franchisees:

  • Entrepreneurs/business owners
  • Former educators and coaches
  • Sales people/account managers
  • Business executives
  • Those with a passion for impacting children
  • Marketing professionals
  • Stay-at-home parents
  • Administrative professionals

 

This is a full-time commitment to owning a business.

It’s everything that I dreamed of, and my wife tells me I’m a very lucky man that I get to do what I love. We are a huge team working together towards the same goal.

Alex Gallego Franchisee - Long Island, NY

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Disclaimer: The information on this website is not intended to be an offer of a franchise. Offers and sales of franchises are made only after registration of the franchise offering and delivery of a franchise disclosure document (as applicable) in accordance with federal and state law.