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Benefits of Owning a Franchise in Chicago

  • Benefits of Owning a Franchise in Chicago

    Benefits of Owning a Franchise in Chicago

    As a franchise system we’re growing rapidly right now, and it doesn’t look like we’re going to stop any time soon. In fact, we’re looking for a few good men (and women!) to help us expand our foothold in Chicago. So why should you consider an OpenWorks franchise in Chicago?

    Economic Growth

    Job growth is steady in Chicago, with more than 4.5 million people employed in the area. The Chicago metropolitan area’s unemployment rate has been steadily decreasing since 2013, with this year seeing the lowest numbers yet. And job growth is expected to continue in the right direction as the year continues. Not only that, but Chicago’s booming economy rivals that of many countries, even ranking above Belgium and other European countries in gross product. With such a massive economy, opening a franchise in Chicago is a no-brainer!

                Key Takeaway: Chicago’s economy is a gold mine for new business opportunities —
    the perfect fit for starting an OpenWorks franchise in the area!

    Market Growth

    Chicago has one of the world’s largest and most diverse economies. It has more than four million employees and generates an annual gross regional product (GRP) of more than $575 billion. Those are some big numbers! Chicago is also home to more than 400 major corporate headquarters, including 31 in the Fortune 500. OpenWorks’ integrated facility services appeals to all business types, which is why Chicago is the perfect place to start an OpenWorks franchise! With such a wide range of businesses in the area, there will be plenty of people in need of our services.

    Key Takeaway: With such a diverse economy, Chicago is the perfect place to have a
    wide range of clients as an OpenWorks franchise owner.

    Are you ready to own an OpenWorks franchise in Chicago? Contact us to learn more about the OpenWorks difference.

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