Why Invest in a Santa Barbara Franchise?

Are you looking for a franchise opportunity in an industry that works anywhere? Do you want to be your own boss and still enjoy the benefits of an experienced network of coworkers and professionals? Are you driven, ambitious, and passionate?

If you answered yes to those questions, Fully Promoted is looking for you to open our newest franchise in Santa Barbara, California! This exciting and growing city benefits from a strong economy on both the state and local level. In addition, small businesses can utilize resources from a huge support system. These and other factors are why the Fully Promoted team is looking for someone to invest in beautiful Santa Barbara!

Santa Barbara, California

An Influential Economy

California has emerged as one of the stronger economies in the nation, in spite of the difficult time the state experienced during the recession. Santa Barbara is no exception to this, as the city is ranked in the top 150 cities nationwide for business and careers. This ranking by Forbes proves just how important Santa Barbara’s economy is, and why investing in a franchise there is a good idea.

Indeed, above average job growth is great news for a franchise, as it indicates a growing population that is well-employed. As jobs grow, populations tend to grow too, making the potential customer base for a branded products franchise large.

Business Support Resources

Small businesses are integral to the strength of the economy, which is why Santa Barbara has invested in resources to help small businesses grow and thrive. The Small Business Development Center, or SBDC, in Santa Barbara County is one resource provider that is known for its dedication to the business community.

As part of a national network—the Small Business Administration—the SBDC offers expertise to Santa Barbara franchise owners in two ways. First, each advisor understands small businesses and how to operate them effectively. From the top down, the SBDC is employed with business experts in various fields, including taxes, accounting, planning, marketing, and more.

Second, at the local level, the Santa Barbara SBDC advisors are familiar with the small business climate within Santa Barbara. This means that they know and understand the unique challenges and strengths of the community, which allows them to tailor their advice to your business and your area.

So what are you waiting for? As Santa Barbara continues to grow, this opportunity may not last. Learn more about what it takes to open a Fully Promoted franchise and get started on your business today.